I was told by my guide book and by a few locals to go and see this museum as it was supposedly well-worth seeing. Of course, none of them told me it was all in Arabic and French, without even hand-held listening guides!
It is pretty small and I would say that, in comparison to most museums I have been to, there is not a lot to see here!
Furthermore, to get here you will have to negotiate your way through a lot of large sougs from the square medina. So do be careful, I would say this was the worst part of Morocco I have been in for pressure and harassment from the locals to buy things. They will often carry on following you, and in my case a few even told me the wrong way to go, just so they had more time to try and convince me that I had to buy x, y and z!
So, if you do decide to go, I recommend you take a taxi there!
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