Saray-e-Moshir or Golshan-e-Shiraz is the name of a place in Shiraz located at the end of Vakil Bazar and in its eastern corner. It is built during Ghajar period by Mirza Abolhasan Khan Moshirolmolk. The building has a circular plan and design. The entrance portal of the building has two floors of tile work, below the portal is a tilled inscription and its background is azure, written in Nastaliq.
This is a two-story building, that the firs story has a stone flooring and the second one has brick and stone flooring. There are some chambers in each story and there is an Iwan in front of the chambers.
First story has nesting chambers that are connected to the yard by a corridor. The chambers have inlaid and latticed doors made of teak.
In the middle of the yard is a huge octagonal pool with three fountains; in the four sides of the pool some garden with orange trees are located.