According to Shahrnevesht, valuable buildings which yet remained in the heart of Qasr Prison were promising those interested in the culture and history of Iran that if they patient they could keep the name of “Qasr” (Palace) alive forever in the diary of the capital city. A prison which for many years had annoyed residents of the area is expected to be promising for better days together with economic prosperity for them.
According to the report, building of the entrance of the Qasr Prison as the symbol of this place would be preserved in order to encourage visitors upon their arrival to this cultural and recreational place. One of the beautiful sections of Qasr Garden Museum is the “Persian Garden”. When walking in this garden, roses and other flowers as well as trees such as the cypress, willow, poplar, pine and ... which are all symbols of Persian flowers and trees exhibit their beauty to visitors. What has been mainly considered in this garden is the use of symbols that suggest the Iranian gardens. In total, the garden occupies an area of 60 thousand hectares for the garden and its four fountains.
The "Political prison" is among sections which used to be present in the heart of the Qasr Prison yesterday and the Qasr Garden Museum today. This building has a span of about three thousand square meters and comprises four main corridors and four subsidiary corridors. Topics on the Iranian Islamic Revolution and combatants of the revolution have been depicted in the "political prison".
The Qasr Garden Museum has a span of about seven hectares, 372 of which belongs to its mosque. The mosque in this garden is 45 years old and was established in the calendar year 1346 (1967-68) and today is considered as one of the historical symbols of the place; a building which has been decorated by the renowned Iranian tile masters and the repair group has made great efforts to preserve old tile works.