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The riad-museum Le Jardin Secret is one of the largest and most ancient palaces of the medina of Marrakech. It is a place that has kept ancient structures intact that are of an extraordinary cultural value, linked to the art of gardens, architecture...more
The secret Garden dates back,to,very ancient times. It is in the middle of the Medina. Once you enter it it is a different world , calm peaceful and many elements attributed to,the Muslim way of life. Every thing has been restored and is worth a...More
Beautiful place within the Medina , originally was a riad that was transformed into a garden-/ the place itself is well
Maintained and quite if you need a break from the chaos of the souk hah- the entrance fee is fairly cheap. You ll have...More
What a great place. A small haven in the madness of Marrakesh. The garden is really looked after and the tower is definitely worth a visit. The guide was superb. We had a drink in the cafe which over looks the garden.
Amazing place. You go through the wooden doors from the bustling Marrakech streets into a haven of peace and tranquillity. Costs 50 MAD per person and it's worth every penny. Really interesting history to how the garden was discovered and renovated - a must see...More
We stumbled across this place while wandering through the souks, but definitely glad we did. Lovely gardens and cafe on the balcony. The highlight was the tower. We were expecting to just go up and enjoy the view (which we did, it had an amazing...More
Le Jardin Secret is the best way to escape the bustle and hustly from the Medina in Marrakech. A perfect place to stroll around to the smell of lavander and azahar and take some minty moroccan tea in the terrace overlooking the garden.
Visited this on recommendation from our guidebook.
Stunning, peaceful, beautiful!
Worth the entrance fee and cost to climb the tower.
Amazing gardens, wonderfully restored.
The central building has an amazing painted ceiling..... if you're lucky enough you'll meet the artist.... it took him 7 months...More
This place is a must for everyone looking for some time of quiet and relaxation in the middle of the souk. Amazing architectural skills have recreated these long forgotten gardens, the small museum tells you about the recreation of it just in 2016. Great place!