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The Mouassine museum is in a house of 17-18th century. In the heart of the museum, the douiria, Xavier Salmon, curator of heritage at the Louvre named it "The beautiful forgotten of Marrakech", shows a true symphony of colors. In this museum that we...more
All reviews nice museum small alley restoration work typical riad restoration process interesting art roof terrace berber music on display guest house entrance fee beautiful building mint tea fountain restored century architecture
On paper a good one to visit ... in reality, do not bother. Grand space with enormous handing thing at its centre made rather gloomy by the courtyard translucent cover. Not much to see and what there is is poorly displayed and unimaginatively curated. It...More
Found this whilst just walking around. like much to be found in Marrakech you tend to find this rather than get to it deliberately, although this is easier to fid than most places.
Worth going to for the building alone, the carpets are an interesting...More
At a busy junction in medina, standing a man with an advertising board, we walked past him daily but took no notice of what he has got to offer. Until the last day when we had got time to kill before heading back home that...More
We went there to visit, and it was a really nice surprise.
The event included a visit to the museum (as we were instructed to be a while earlier), the music concert itself (which was great) and a small appetizer with mint tea and some...More
May be we were particularly lucky that a separate exhibition of modern Moroccan photographs was still in place in January 2019, but we left the place smiling and - I hope - with a little bit better understanding of the culture of the country.
I had a lovely experience here at an intimate concert in the upstairs lounge where the original family regularly entertained guests. The house is originally from the late 16th century and has been lovingly restored. The introduction to the concert was given by the owner...More
This museum is a great little "getaway" from the hustle and bustle of Marrakech. Spent quite some time wandering around and sitting and just enjoying the peace. Loved our visit here, we came in July 2017 but I forgot to write a review as I...More