This museum, tucked away in the Medina in Rabat, is a hidden treasure. The Kasbah itself, in which it is housed, is worth seeing, but the collections of jewelry are fantastic and well curated. If you don't read Arabic or French, bring a translator (mobile or otherwise) as the information provided is interesting. The collection covers prehistoric and ancient items but also a lot of beautiful items collected during the colonial era, with explanations of regional, gender, and other differences. It opens and closes at odd times, so check the schedule and/or call ahead! And be sure to bring a map - otherwise an impromptu "guide" may try to steer you off the path (happened to us, but we were with someone who had a good idea of where it was located). Plan to spend some time relaxing outside in the garden (great spot for pictures) and check out the gift shop nearby (if its open) - great postcards, souvenirs, jewelry, etc. No pictures of the artifacts are allowed, so my photos are just of the building and surroundings.
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