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At this small, well organized, and informative museum, you’ll get the chance to learn about the history of Marrakech and the region in general. Stocked with artifacts from past centuries and other quality exhibits, you’ll leave feeling satisfied...more
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I stopped in here because it is close to Dar Si Said which I visited. It's is a documentary exhibit by the Dutch explorer and owner of the house of his travels from Marrakech to areas east and south of Marrakech and then back again....More
This anthropologic museum is located in a traditional courtyard house of Marrakech. The exhibits, coming from various areas of the Western Africa,are really interesting, but their presentation is rather poor, with little information provided. However, I would definetely recommend a visit to it.
Bert Flint has curated this fascinating corner of the African decorative arts, don't know if much more would fit into this exquisitely decorated riad. Every room is a new insight into a different ethnic groups decorative traditions, from many Berber tribes from Mali, Algeria, Mauritania...More
This site was our first stop in Morocco and it provides a glimpse at some of the Moroccan & Berber culture. The structure itself is not as nice as the Bahia Palace, but again, it gives you an idea of Moroccan architecture. There is enough...More
In my humble opinion my time spent here was a bit of a waste. The owner has good intentions and kindly explained to me that the point of this museum is to showcase the African side of Morocco, but at the end of the day...More
Tucked away on a side street this is perhaps not as popular as other "sights", but well worth a visit. This small building houses an amazingly eclectic collection of artefacts collected by Bert Flint on his travels in Morocco & Africa. The setting is small...More