This Anthropology Museum is the only Zoroastrian Museum in the world. In addition to the dedication of this museum to display the works of anthroponomy of the Zoroastrians, this building is also the last fire temple of Kerman. The Zoroastrian Museum of Kerman was inaugurated in 2005 with the efforts of some followers of this ancient Persian religion. Various antique objects belonging to the Zoroastrians, including several ancient Zoroastrian books, are kept in this two-story museum.
Fire is a sacred element in the Zoroastrian religion. the Zoroastrians believe that the fire burning in this fire temple has not died since the Sasanian period.
Zoroastrian Museum of Kerman is surrounded by many tourist attractions such as Moayedi Yakhchal (Ice House) and Jameh Mosque of Kerman.