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I will echo what others mentioned below: unless you have an interest in archaeology/prehistory or ethnomusicology, the museum proper isn’t for you. But definitely go for the building and grounds as they have restored this to the good old days. Interesting architecture & crafts on...More
A place I reccomend visiting, a unique architecture, I loved every corner of the place, very clean and well renovated, the agents are taking care of it, they're kind and well-informed, I had an amazing experience visiting it.
It is unclear when and by whom the Bardo villa was constructed, but it appears to show strong Tunisian influences, particularly in its Qallaline tile-panels. The building and grounds are enchanting, while the somewhat subterranean museum of prehistory will interest some more than others. Not...More
We came and were not super interested in the museum, though I'm sure some people would like it. We accidentally found the amazing house and upstairs rooms when we used the restrooms after seeing the museum-- it's up the hill from the museum entrance. Beautiful,...More
I love museums, this one was ok... layout and flow was good, artifacts were sparse but there was a lot of good text (in Arabic and French).
The second exhibit focussed on the loss and desecration of historical places and artifacts. This was well put...More