One of the public places in any given city is a place to have some fun. The most important feature of Islamic cities is the emphasis on gender segregation in public places and special required conditions for men and women to attend public places. Tehran as the most important metropolis in Iran and the capital of an Islamic country, has been witnessing a lot of changes in its leisure places looks.
Through historical method and descriptive-analytical method this research studies women’s leisure places from Qajar Era until now and the role of Islamic culture and historical-political features of Tehran as well as changes made in women’s attendance in those places. The results indicate that gender based leisure places in Tehran from Qajar Era until now can be divided into three categories: feminine, masculine, and feminine-masculine leisure places. Women’s presence in each of these places has been different from the other. Accordingly, Women’s presence in leisure places for both genders has risen compared to the past. Gender oriented leisure places have been reproduced too, namely women’s park, water parks, women’s concert halls, men’s stadiums.