A beautiful building with very few visitors when I was there which made it a particular quiet and enjoyable experience. Sadly the garden area was being renovated so was not open.
About Dar Si Said Museum
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This glorious building seems to be off the tourist routes. It is not easy to find but if you do you will be rewarded with a beautiful example of local history without any crowds. It was so much better than some of the more popular...More
on our day out we accidentally came across this place. The fee was really cheap (£1 per person) and it was the best £4 we spent. The building is so pretty and you can take some amazing pictures but it was nice for some piece...More
It is nothing to do with an european museum. The art and crafts you can see in it are original and genuine, but the museum itself is not very well preserved. I missed that crew help me a little more. Positive: very cheap, genuine and...More
A lot of people overlook this hidden gem. In some ways the mosaics and the art work are more exquisite than the nearby Bahia Palace. I was told this was used by the Ministry of Defense, their reception room was meant to impress dignitaries, it...More
Not only the building is amazing but the displays are interesting, gorgeous and beautifully displayed. You will also find artists who will write your name in arabic characters (phonetically) or provers... the one I got: "I love you more than yesterday and less than tomorrow"
The building needs a bit of love - it is a bit rough around the edges but nevertheless a beautiful building with interesting artifacts - well worth a visit. Not as well maintained as it's cousin Madrasa Ben Josef but very enjoyable if you prefer...More
Truly mesmerizing architecture. Wonderful, peaceful courtyard. Impressive collections. If you want to see just one building that exemplifies Moroccan architecture, tile work, etc., this is the one.
My guide book did not particularly rate this museum .we really enjoyed it.three stories centalcourtyard decorated ceiling .one iof the lesser attractions but worth a visit