Kolbadi House. The restored 125-year-old Kolbadi House is reminiscent of an 18th-century khan’s palace. Thick walls kept the lower floor warm in winter while the light, bright upper floor could be opened to through drafts for hot summers. Its windows made of wood-framed puzzles of multicoloured glass are supposed to protect the house from mosquitoes.
The Clock Tower, located in the Clock Square (Meydan-e-Sa'at) in the city centre, attracts visitors and has become a famous landmark.
Sari also contains the tombs of the Muslim cleric leaders Yahya and Zayn Al-Abedin, Emamzade-ye Abbas, and Shazdeh Hussein the architecture of which are from the 15th century.