The inward informal yard was especially built for the family. Stranger men or men from outside the family had no right to enter this yard. which consists of the following parts: winter and summer bedrooms, kitchen, school room (maktab khaneh), guest room for women, store room for storing dates, hay loft, a home range for keeping cows and sheep, and a well. This yard has a special entrance for family members.
A summer bed in Kish, used for resting and sleeping, was woven from mangrove and Daan (woven palm branches) and placed 200 above the ground level. The Anthropological House used to have two Seams one of which has been restored to its original style.
In the past, Kish natives would build a garden in a separate section of their house, where they would plant trees such as palm and fig, lotus, and louz (terminalia catappa). The garden was used for planting vegetables as well including tomatos, water melons, yellow melons, onions, radish, and various green vegetables. A well was also dug in the garden for watering these plants. The Zaribeh in the Anthropological House has been renovated and the agricultural tools and devices that were in use years ago have been reinstalled, so that the garden can be run in the same traditional style of its time.
An area in the corner of the yard has been allocated for displaying marine and sailing traditions practiced in Kish 80 years ago. In this section, the tools and fishing woven trap(gargor), nets, fish traps, as well as the pulleys and ropes used on the Lenj 80 years ago are on display. The tools, equipment, and measuring instruments used for pearl fishing and pearl trading are also kept in this section.