Yazd Attractions

Sadri Garden

Yazd is not just a desert

Yazd is famous for being dry and arid, but even in this environment, you can still find a beautiful garden! Sadri Garden is one of the tourist attractions of Taft which is a town near the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Yazd. Let’s learn more about this garden…

About Sadri Garden

Sadri Garden or Namir is more than 400 years old and its construction dates back to Zandieh era. About 40 years ago the garden was renovated. This garden has a set of tall Badgir (windcatcher). These Badgirs have beautiful inner stucco in the shape of a cedar. A lovely pool with the area of 500 meters square in the middle, like a true Persian garden. But here is the best part, inside this pool, there are more than 75 fountains that fill the space with the soothing sound of water purring. At the end of the garden, you can also find a watermill.

Architecture of Sadri Garden

In the middle of Sadri Garden, there is a Kushk (a building that is in the middle of a garden) that was the place for Khans or commanders to relax. Don’t forget to look up when you are in the mansion, you will see that instead of using metal, the ceiling is built of wood and palm fibers.

Where to Eat at Sadri Garden

There is a restaurant inside Sadri Garden where you can try some of the delicious Persian dishes. Also, if you are a fan of fast food, there are Kaktoos Pitza and Indian Fast Food that you can step by.

Where to Stay at Sadri Garden

If you want to stay a night or more in Taft, you can book a room at the traditional and budget Bagh-e Do Sarv Hotel or the budget Nartitee Ecolodge. You will surely enjoy your stay in Yazd!

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Sadri Garden Location

How To Get To Sadri Garden

by Car

In Yazd-Taft road find Shohada St., Sadri Garden is at the beginning of the street.

on Foot

Find Shah Vali Sq., go toward the northeast and find Shohada St., Sadri Garden is at the beginning of the street.

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