Mohammed VI Museum
Mohammed VI Museum
4.5
Speciality MuseumsNatural History MuseumsScience MuseumsChildren's MuseumsHistory Museums
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
About
Scientific museum, contemporary and interactive interpretation center, place of education and training, the Mohammed VI Museum for Water Civilization in Morocco Aman, wants to be the largest museum dealing with the theme of water in Africa. The museum's mission is served by a real framework of museographic resources: scenographies, objects, models, maps, photos, handwritten documents, audio-visual multimedia supports, etc. This museum aims to be an attractive and innovative place for the general public, it was created in homage to the Moroccan genius in water management, to the historical role of the Habous in the water management and in homage to the contemporary work of the late His Majesty King Hassan II and His Majesty King Mohammed VI in the politics and hydraulic achievements of the kingdom.
Duration: 1-2 hours
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NMWordsmith
16 contributions
Nov 2023 • Solo
Mohammed sixth museum of water is a captivating journey through Marrakech. It offerts an enjoyable and educational expérience for all allows you to learn about the system of irrigation in defferent areas throughout Morocco. Or is a must visit to understand deeper water heritage in morocco and in the region.
Written December 4, 2023
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Tamborilaire
Sant Cugat del Valles, Spain97 contributions
Apr 2019 • Friends
It's a great experience and a perfect way to learn about the water culture in the country. Really modern museum, with nice performances and quite atmosphere. Splendid overall design.
Written May 15, 2019
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Hello, we are very grateful for your positive appreciation of our museum. Thank you for sharing your impression. Sincerely yours.
Written May 30, 2019
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2Ds love to travel
chester77 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
This museum is amazing. It tells the story of the importance of water, not just to Morocco, but to the world. It's beautifully designed, very high tech, bright, with wonderful interactive exhibits. It was pouring rain on our last day in Marrakech, and we were looking for something to do; we were thrilled to find this museum. Apparently, NO ONE else has found it. We were literally the only two people in this vast building. This really is a worthwhile stop on your visit to Morocco. Try it; you'll like it and you'll learn a lot.
Written November 10, 2018
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Lorraine B
Island of Malta, Malta78 contributions
Jan 2018 • Couples
An outstanding learning experience about how water has been preserved and used for centuries on the edge of the Sahara. Audio visual in 3 languages [Arabic, French, English]. Excellent models and stories [also 3 languages]. Great and well informed staff. If you don't usually frequent museums, make an exception for this one!
Written January 12, 2018
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We are so glad to know that you had enjoyed the visit in our museum, and we thank you so much for considering our museum as an exception. Thank you for your visit.
Written January 23, 2018
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joanne k
8 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
On a hot day we wanted an excursion out of the sun. This museum was fantastic and even though it's a little outside of the centre of Marrakech it was worth it. Costing about 300 dirham return to get here by taxi it was a very interesting and informative exhibition. We recommend it to be put on the tour operators schedule of excursions.
Written May 23, 2019
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Very pleased by your enthusiasm and support for our museum. Many thanks and of course, welcome again.
Written May 30, 2019
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MehdiReghai
Agadir, Morocco18 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
As a Moroccan traveler, I was really surprised by the quality of the content displayed in this museum. It summerizes the cultural and economic impact of water on more than 1.000 years of moroccan history. And the place is kids friendly with a lot of visual contents in french, arabic and english, videogames, interactive screens... A must see !

You can use a taxi to go there (it's about 30 dirhams one way trip) or use a bus (lines 36, 37 or 38) from Bab Doukkala to Iraki station (4 or 5 dirhams one way trip).
Written September 3, 2018
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ChrisMcHugo
Death Valley National Park, CA142 contributions
Apr 2018 • Solo
This Museum has been open a year they told me. It is very clean, modern and very very uncrowded.
I guess a fullish visit would take 90 mins, The exhibits are well displayed and are in signed in Berber, Arabic, French and English. The topic is prescient and I hope many people visit and reflect on the sacredness of water.
Written April 30, 2018
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Rykspeed
Wrexham34 contributions
Feb 2018 • Solo
This place is a real eye opener as to what we need to do to conserve water......With out it....We are all dead!....Morocco has to be a World leader now in the conservation and use of water.
Written March 18, 2018
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joyceheard
Marrakech, Morocco323 contributions
Jan 2018 • Couples
If you want your kids to understand the value of water in Moroccan civilization, or really anywhere, this museum tells the story well. Signs are in Arabic, English and French. Excellent handicap access which is practically unheard of in Morocco. But you need to inform one of the guards that you will need the elevator as it is not always obvious where it is. If visiting in winter, dress warmly -- the museum is cold inside. The cafe was not yet functional when we visited.
Written January 4, 2018
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Dear Joyceheard, We are so glad to know that you had enjoyed the visit in our museum and we appreciate your recommendation. Our main goal is to share the story of water civilization in Morocco and to deliver this message to all generations. About the elevator place, we are going to see what we can do to make it more visible. And for the temperature, we had adapted it to the weather fluctuations for a comfortable visit. Thanks for sharing your experience.
Written January 8, 2018
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Omar D
Casablanca, Morocco124 contributions
Aug 2017 • Solo
Very good musuem, shows the importance of water for the Moroccan since centuries,
the staff is very friendly, the entrance fees are around 30 DH for locals, 60 for the rest. (10 DH for students).
To get there you must take a Taxi (around 30 DH one way) , is better to book a Taxi in the return as the area is remote from the city centre.
Written August 28, 2017
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Thank you for the motivational opinion, your satisfaction is our gain.
Written January 15, 2018
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