Kafar Koli historical caves: as their name says, these caves were used as a place to live for Non-Muslims in the beginning of the Islamic era over 1000 years ago.
Malek Bahman Castle: One of the big castles of Alborz Mountains which belonged to the Paduspanid (655–1598). For nearly 1000 years, they are considered the longest dynasty in Iranian history and the longest dynasty in the world after the imperial Sun Line of Japan.
Shekl-e Shah: A rock relief commissioned by Naser al-Din Shah Qajar around 1879, showing the shah on horseback flanked by ten standing ministers. It is the latest in a tradition of large rock reliefs ordered by Iranian rulers.