About Cultural attractions
Tehran, as Iran's showcase and capital city, has a wealth of cultural attractions. The Peacock Throne of the Persian Kings (Shahs) can be found in Tehran's Golestan Palace. Some of the well-known museums are National Museum of Iran, Sa'dabad Palaces Complex, Glassware and Ceramics Museum of Iran, The Carpet Museum of Iran, Tehran's Underglass painting Museum, Niavaran Palace Complex, and Safir Office Machines Museum. The Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art features the works of great artists such as Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol. The collection of these paintings were selected by the former Empress Farah Diba.[citation needed]
Tehran is also home to the Iranian Imperial Crown Jewels, also called the Imperial Crown Jewels of Persia, it is claimed to be the largest, most dazzling and valuable jewel collection in the world. The collection comprises a set of crowns and thrones, some 30 tiaras, numerous aigrettes, jewel-studded swords and shields, a vast amount of precious loose gems, including the largest collections of emeralds, rubies and diamonds in the world. It also includes other items collected by the Shahs of Iran during the 2,500 year existence of the Iranian Kingdom. The Imperial Crown Jewels are still on display in the Iranian Central Bank in Tehran.

Handicrafts
According to social context and variety of tribes in Tehran, handicrafts of the province are also divided into three groups: urban, rural, and nomadic. Urban handicrafts aren’t so old and are usually produced in permanent workshops whose artisans are immigrants of the other cities .Rural handicrafts such as pottery, carpet weaving glass blowing are usually done by migrate artists from Tabriz and Lalejin (Hamedan). Most of the wood turners in Tehran are from Khuzistan Province. The only traditional art of Tehran is painting on leather which became common since Ghajar Era.

Local Clothes
Due to high amount of migration to Tehran, this province doesn’t have any special local or traditional clothes and even those who have migrated to this province don’t use their indigenous clothes and people hear wear the formal weavings of the whole country. In the past each of the cities of Tehran province and Tehran itself had their own traditional clothes which are forgotten today.

Local Music
Each migrating tribe has brought its own music to this city, thus different kinds of music such as Azeri, Kurdish, Lori, Gilaki, Khorasani, Sistani and bandari are found in different parts of the Province. T’ziye Khani( a kind of religious theater) is the most important and the oldest kind of Tehranians theater which is performed in Moharam and Safar months in different places. Modern plays also are acted daily in different halls of the city.