There are two (large and small) bathhouses in the Fin garden. The smaller, more ancient bathhouse was constructed during the Safavid period simultaneous with the main garden’s building. This small bathhouse was for the use of servants and local people. Later, a larger royal bathhouse was built by Fath Ali Shah’s order for the usage of emirs and high rank officers.
The main bath area, a bathtub and a waterfall are at the entrance section. Particular involute corridors and walls are in different parts of the bathhouse. To prevent moisture penetration, the walls were made and coated with a mixture of sand, iron and mortar.
Heating of water for the Bathhouse was done by burning plenty of firewood in a place called “Tun”. To prevent water leakage a sheet of copper was placed underneath the “Tun”. An interesting initiative was used to warm the bathhouse floor. The heat was transmitted form the fire place “the Tun” through channels to the entire floor of the bathhouse.