Another building of Zandieh period in Shiraz is #Vakil Bath, which is located next to other monuments of this period, such as the mosque and Vakil Bazaar. This bath was used as the general bath of the city and had a part as a royal residence (especially for the king). In the Pahlavi period, parts of it were turned into a score bath, and this change in condition caused its architectural form to deviate from its original state. In 1351, the Archaeological Department restored it. After a few years, it became a restaurant, a dining room, and a museum of handmade carpets (handmade carpet shops), and finally, today the bathroom of a museum lawyer with 30 wax sculptures in different modes.
This building is registered in the list of national monuments.
Address: Lotfali Khan Zand St. – Taleghani St. – Next to Vakil Mosque
Visiting hours: in the first six months of the year from 7:30 am to 8 pm and in the second six months from 8 am to 7 pm
Entrance ticket: 25,000 Rials for domestic tourists and 200,000 Rials for foreign tourists