National Garden, Tehran

The National Garden (Persian: باغ ملی‎‎, Bāq-e Melli) is a historical and governmental compound in Tehran, Iran.

Formerly referred to as the Parade Square (Persian: میدان مشق‎‎, Meydān-e Mašq) (میدان رژه, Meydān-e Reže), it used to be a military shooting range during the Qajar period. It was then turned into a public park for a short period, and eventually important governmental offices and museums were built around it.

Building number 9 of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (formerly the “Police House”), the University of Art (formerly the “Cossack House”), Malek National Museum, Post and Communication Museum, and the National Museum are situated in the compound.