Tehran Milad tower

Iran, Tehran

About

Tehran Milad Tower became a new symbol of Tehran right after its construction Milad tower, a great complex including various parts of technical and cultural varied structures is one of the unmatched tourism centers in Iran. This tower in 12 floors and as the highest telecommunication tower in Iran is visible from every district of Tehran.

Tehran Milad Tower became a new symbol of Tehran right after its construction Milad tower, a great complex including various parts of technical and cultural varied structures is one of the unmatched tourism centers in Iran. This tower in 12 floors and as the highest telecommunication tower in Iran is visible from every district of Tehran.

The views of the city and the surrounding mountains, especially during sunset from one of its observation decks located on the top of the head structure. It provides a panoramic 360-degree view of the city. 

Milad Tower usages include facilitating the wireless communication in Tehran, optimizing the radio and television coverage, digital TV infrastructure, meteorology, traffic control and tourism.

Milad tower  has  been constituted of different parts as follows: tower’s lobby (the entrance and trade center of tower), body and the vertex of structure, Municipality Museum (donative from Tehran municipality to Milad Tower), tower’s cafeteria, celebrities museum (the historical figures statues), revolving restaurant (the largest revolving restaurant of the world), an overlooking terrace (a terrace with the landscape of Tehran city), special restaurant (a restaurant over Tehran city), sky dome (a glass dome at the top of city), exhibition site and the antenna on the top of tower vertex (Milad tower’s telecommunication antenna).

Tower’s side facilities are including dolphinarium, paintball club, laserium, shopping center, cycling road, waterfall, caravanserai and etc.

Address: Shaykh Fazl Allah Nuri Expressway, Tehran

  • Opening hours: 09.00 to 23.00 daily
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