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Dar Batha Museum

Place du Batha Fez, Fes 30030, Morocco
212 55 63 41 16
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This Hispano-Moorish palace houses a fine collection of traditional Fez crafts, the most admirable being the country’s famous cobalt blue pottery.
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Place du Batha Fez, Fes 30030, Morocco
212 55 63 41 16
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Reviewed September 23, 2013

We'd hoped for more exhibits. Perhaps they could take some of the arms exhibits from Borj Nord to enhance the experience? The building and gardens are worth seeing though The entrance was difficult to find.

Thank john_helen_London
Reviewed September 2, 2013

There is a courtyard, a garden of sorts with greenery (no flowers) and rooms around the courtyard with shadow boxes and things on the wall. It's a ten minute visit, if that, and I saw nothing of interest. Sorry.

1  Thank GlennPape
Reviewed August 25, 2013

Museum has a different meaning in Morocco. Its an old room. Not a look or understanding into history, or how one lived in time ago. Tile, plaster and wood doors, thats all.

2  Thank bealight
Reviewed July 9, 2013

During the Sacred Music Festival, the museum is closed but it was a wonderful venue for the afternoon concerts. Great gardens and just looked like a very interesting place. Next time I'll make sure that I get to see in the inside as well.

Thank kirchie
Reviewed June 26, 2013

I didn't see the inside of the museum because I was here for the music festival, but the gardens are truly beautiful. It's worth visiting.

Thank redbecca7
Reviewed May 21, 2013

This museum has some interesting exhibits but very little information about them & what there is, is in French. It is housed in an ex Royal guest palace, so the buildings & the garden are impressive & worth the 20p entrance fee. Having seen the...More

Thank sonikBristolUK
Reviewed April 18, 2013

went here due to the rain, but it was cheap and well worth it. the building and gardens are nice as well as the displays of old fes

Thank yoginidee
Reviewed April 14, 2013

It seemed like half the museum was closed, but there was very little to see. The price is incredibly reasonable, so you won't have to spend a lot to get in, but what is on display is very limited. Very pretty center garden, but it...More

Thank Jennifer R
Reviewed April 8, 2013

A bit off the beaten path this museum is well worth the detour. Many rooms of 18 - early 20th century artifacts that show some of the recent history of Fes. A beautiful garden is located in between the buildings housing the displays. A quiet...More

Thank ljh104
Reviewed April 5, 2013 via mobile

This former part of one of the Royal Palaces is definitely worth a visit for insights into the history, culture and crafts of Fes. The palace is laid out around a large courtyard with fountains and a traditional andaluz garden. Main exhibits are from 19th...More

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Response from Cynthia C | Reviewed this property |
When I was there in May of this year, it was open. They call it Musee Batha in Fes.