Fath-Abad Garden is located in the historical Iranian city of Kerman, built in the Qajar period during Mohammad Shah's reign, around 1870.
The garden is rectangular, approximately 440 meters long and 260 meters wide. An old aqueduct located south of the garden delivers water to the area.
Restoration and reconstruction efforts have begun on the garden in 2013. The garden has now entered its final phase of restoration, while opening its doors to tourists who are eager to visit this beautiful Iranian feature.