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You can visit the grounds of, and ruins around the museum which itself is c l osed for renovations but you can pay the entry (also good for all the sites) and visit the ruins around the museum, but there are not interesting.
The museum was closed for renovation on the date of our visit (June 2019), so we paid the entrance ticket just to walk around the yard, where there is nothing really impressive to see. Just a few fragments of stone walls, fragments of mosaics, fragments...More
Entrance is included as part of the 12tnd ticket for all 8 of the main sites. Unfortunately, the museum was closed for renovation but the outside areas were still worth seeing especially for the impressive views of the city.
Me and my wife went on this tour a private tour for only £40 each through the hotel reception. it was extremely good value. ful day with Carthage sidi bou said and Tunis. best time ever. museum itself was closed but the ticket includes every...More
You will want to go here to collect your ticket to see the 6-8 sights where you can see more remains of Carthage. The Museum grounds have some pieces and archeological digs, but the best part is the view down to the ancent harbour. From...More
If you are planning your trip it's helpful to know that the actual museum is currently closed. However, the ticket covers all 6 or 8 sites in Carthage, so still well worth it. The Bardo Museum is open if you want to see more mosaic...More
This was part of a package tour including Sidi Bou Said and Tunis. I would happily have forgone the other 2 and spent the day wandering around these ruins and the Antonian Baths down below. Plenty to see and if the weather is nice ;-)...More
Carthage National Museum is a national museum in Byrsa, Tunisia. The museum sits atop Byrsa Hill, in the heart of the city of Carthage. Lots of history of this historic place and its impact in our civilization.
Arriving in May, I was hoping to visit as many sites as I could in one day around Carthage, and while the cathedral next to the museum was open, the museum itself was closed. What was bizarre though is a man was still charging a...More