The Zoroastrian Museum and Fire Temple is, in fact, the only Museum of Zoroastrian Anthropology in the world that displays the ear of ancient Zoroastrian history. The Zoroastrian fire temple of Kerman, located at Iranshahr Street, was founded in 1303, and in that same year, Terhram's fire was settled in this place.
One of the oldest objects in the Zoroastrian Temple Museum in Kerman is a book of handwritten Goths with a history of more than two hundred years and a manual burning with a carved date of 1207.
Among the most valuable parts of this museum are the department of Furtor and documents, which are very valuable among them by the Nursery's Association of Zoroastrians in Kerman and Rafsanjan, and famous experts such as Arbab Kikhsro Shahrokh, Mirza Barzou Amighi, Mrs. Poorandokht.
Part of this museum has been dedicated to various kinds of fireplaces, oil burners, pizzas and tulle lamps.
Women's clothing from 50 to 150 years old and from the Achaemenid to Sassanid documents suggests coverage of Zoroastrian women. Emna, Lechka, Scarf, Coat, Shirt and Embroidered Trousers are of all kinds and have a special beauty.