Dowlatabad Garden in Yazd, is an example of big Iranian garden and has been built in the year 1160 AH in the Zand period. Its beautiful high windcatcher with a height of 33 meters from the ground is the tallest windcatcher that has been identified. This large garden is one of foundations and developments of Mohammad Taghi Khan, known as the Great Khan, head of Yazd Khans and the powerful man of that period. He first built a qanat named dowlatabad and then using the water he built the garden. Historical important and huge dowlatabad qanat dates back to more than two hundred years and included five series of qanats. This collection is a relic from the Zand and Afsharieh period that includes entrance mansion, vestibule building and windcatcher, Behesht Aiin mansion and Hall of Mirrors, Tehrani mansion, water reservoir with two openings and Naser Bagh. Green space has fruit trees such as grapes, cypress and pine, as well as damask rose and other kind of rose can be seen in the garden.