Akbar House was built in 1850 by a Jewish merchant and has a specific structure style.
It includes a summer patio and a winter cold; wooden “avian”, which is made of 21 beams and 2 columns. The heights of the columns are 8 meters.
The original ornamentation and well preserved as the building is not reconstructed, it has preserved the old spirit and décor.
The owner of this house was a merchant, who left Bukhara and moved to Tashkent in 1925. After he left, the house was bought by a Jewish family.
There are 6 double rooms.