Hundreds of Roman mosaics, collected from all over Tunisia, displayed in a well lit museum, part of which was formerly a Bey's palace. Some mosaics are only fragments, others several metres square, are almost complete. All are well presented, many laid into the floor - as originally intended. You are given overshoes and walk over them as did the original owners over 2000 years ago.
We visited on a guided day trip from our hotel in Hammamet. If you don't travel with a knowledgable guide (as we did) then I recommend you to pay for one. There is so much to see and the printed descriptions accompanying exhibits are often too brief. Our itinerary allowed just under two hours - we could have spent twice as long.
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