A three floor building with six halls in 4000 square meters whose architecture was inspired from the Bishapour Sassanid palace and its octagonal shape. Visiting this museum must be started from the second floor that includes Seljuk, Ilkhanid and the Islamic era and finished in the first floor that comprises of the Quran Hall, the Timurid dynasty, the Safavid, Afshar, Zandieh and Qajar dynasties.
Pottery pieces, texts, artworks, candlesticks, oil lamps, ceramic, stones are etc. are some of the exhibits in this museum.
Most of the excavations recovered from Sheikh Safi Ardebil, are kept here.