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Photography Museum of Marrakech

46, Rue Souk Ahal Fassi, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
+212 5243-85721
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The Photography Museum has opened its doors in the heart of Marrakesh since May 2009.A private collection of 8000 photographs was gathered, this collection is only about Morocco and covers the period 1870 to 1950.The exposition contains hundreds of old photographs and shows the first film recorded in the High-Atlas in color, in 1957 by Daniel Chicault « Landscapes and Faces of the High-Atlas ».
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46, Rue Souk Ahal Fassi, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
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Reviewed October 13, 2015

Lovely terrace on top which for me beat the photos which were fairly interesting. Around 4-5 pounds to get in which is not exactly expensive although by Marrakech standards is not cheap

Thank David D
Reviewed October 13, 2015 via mobile

Even if you are not heavily into photography this is a nice place to visit with some fxntastic photos old and new housed in a lovely building Go up to the terrace cafe for sustenance and a great view

Thank brettdtsvl
Reviewed October 13, 2015

Great collection of old photographs documenting what life was like in Morocco before modernization. Focus is on Berber culture. Well worth checking out. Not big so you can see it all in 30-45 minutes.

Thank Anthony815
Reviewed October 12, 2015 via mobile

Slightly difficult to find (ignore "helpful" passers by telling you it's closed, they're almost certainly trying to funnel you into the tannery scan), but had an interesting collection, with photos from the nineteenth century to the present.

Thank James_Pic
Reviewed October 12, 2015

An amazing collection of Moroccan photo's from 1870 to 1950. Patrick, the owner, is a Frenchmen passionate about photography, and has a story to tell about each and every picture. Printed from the antique original glass-negatives, we were stunned by their quality. The museum is...More

Thank Frans K
Reviewed October 10, 2015

Run by friendly English speakers, it's laid out in two floors, showing some interesting photographs. There is a small screening area upstairs playing a fascinating old black and white French documentary of an excursion into some of the lesser known tribal areas of Morrocco. It...More

Thank 322Helen
Reviewed October 10, 2015

Inside the medina, about 7 minutes walk from Musee de Marrakech. Once inside the maison, a different feel from the rest of other architectures in the medina. Enjoy the vintage photos showing old Morocco. Particularly like its terrace cafe with good view, where good tajine...More

Thank AriesLYL
Reviewed October 9, 2015

Nice place, with an average collection of photos from morroco and marrakech. The house desserves a visit, but keep your expectations low. A great project though!

Thank Francisco_OM
Reviewed October 9, 2015

If, like me, you are interested in portraits, these are wonderful examples of Moroccan people. I wish I could be as good as these photographers. The roof terrace has snack bar with views over the medina.

Thank Laraine B
Reviewed October 8, 2015 via mobile

Well worth a visit , wide range if historically important images . One of the hosts speaks perfect English which was a bonus for me to be able to discuss the technical side of the works. Also the roof top cafe is good value and...More

Thank HowardB49
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RamblingOne
May 2, 2017|
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Response from Mary R | Reviewed this property |
You can do organised trips to Berber Villages but I would definitely book this either through your hotel or your travel agent. On the way to the museum we were hassled constantly by locals who tried to get us to follow... More
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janetia
March 23, 2017|
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Response from MPM_Marrakech | Property representative |
Entrance fee : 40 Dhs ( 4 euro ), and free for children under 12.
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Melanie R
September 8, 2015|
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Response from Marthinsen | Reviewed this property |
We visted the museum in March this year and according to the information I received at the entrance, you can order photographies from abroad. I have not purchased any myself, but you can find the available photographies with... More
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