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This is primarily a museum of rugs and carpets by the real show is the house or Dar. It is in the southeastern part of the Medina and is of course like everything in the Medina, tricky to find. There are signs but they are...More
We visited the Dar SI-Saïd Museum of Fine Arts in Marrakesh. When we went there, we really enjoyed discovering a nice neighborhood of pretty streets and impressive old riads. actually, we are not very "museum" but we still enjoyed discovering an aithentic sites as well...More
A perfect place to take a cooking class! Check it out on the web.
We went back for dinner and drinks the following night-the best rack of lamb I have had in my life! Ask for an International menu. We were "tngined"
We stumbled into this place by accident as we were looking for something else.
I guess that you can call this a hidden gem. There was barely anybody else there. We had to go looking for the person selling the entrance tickets.
The exhibition is...More
This amazing exhibit houses thousands of examples of stunning Moroccan craftsmanship from many centuries, well worth a visit to see the ridiculous quantity of iterative patterns that have decorated Moroccan buildings through the ages.
This summer, the Dar Si Said Museum closed for some much needed renovations.
I was excited to learn that it was to be relaunched as the National Museum of Weaving and Carpets!
I am happy to say that it has now re-opened and it has...More
After all the hustle and bustle of the Marrakech Medina, stepping into the Dar Si Said museum is a wonderful oasis of calmness. While the history of carpet types and designs is very interesting, the real star of this Museum for me was the incredibly...More
It depends on what you mean by “long-term”. We were there in January and some rooms where still accessible (although there was nothing in them other than the wonderful walls and ceilings). The garden/courtyard was certainly... More
It depends on what you mean by “long-term”. We were there in January and some rooms where still accessible (although there was nothing in them other than the wonderful walls and ceilings). The garden/courtyard was certainly closed for renovations then.