The Anthropology Museum of Tabas was set up at the same time as the Week of Handicrafts in the Endowment Place of Emadol Molki known as the "Bagh e Khan" with an area of 4,400 square meters and infrastructure space with 600 square meters.
This Museum is the oldest building located in the Akbariyeh of World Buildings, built at the end of the Zandiyeh era, and was the Government Citadel of the Great Amir Alam Khan "Heshmatol Molk e Alam" and it has been introduced in the form of images and biographies of prominent national figures in three areas of Science, Literature and National Religion, known to have been discussed and presented in their works and writings.
Due to the characteristics in the architecture and structure of the storage pool in the Village of Mighan it is probably more than one hundred years old and the existing storage pool belongs to the Qajar era and likely the end of this era.
The Bakhsh'dar Dam is located 3 km Southwest of Shousf and 35 km from Nehbandan and was built on the path of the Hangar River which flows from the Mountain to the West of Shousf and flows towards Shousf.
The Historical Tarogh Mosque is located in the Tarogh Village 40 km from the Town of Nehbandan, what remains of the foundations of the Mosque consists of a Shabestan (coverage yard) with six thick square columns.
This building dates back to the Qajar era and the name of its former owner was Mr. Salari. The Salari House is on a rectangular plan with a length of 38 meters, width of 37meters, height of 5 meters and covers an area of 280 square meters. It has an interior courtyard, outdoor patio with courtyard entrance and vestibule, rest rooms, warehouses and three kitchens.
The Chahar Farsakh Mosque has a four square plan of 18.10 meters in length and 10.60 meters in width and 4.10 meters in height and covers an area of 175 square meters where the extension of the building is to the North – South.
This building was built in 1928 as the first school in Town of Nehbandan. This school is a building inside an area, and the floor is about 60 cm higher than ground level.
This building consists of a courtyard, a summer and winter bedchambers. Therefore in the past the courtyard of the Mosque had clay walls which have now seen major changes and they are now brick walls and floor is Mosaic.