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National Archaeology Museum

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TheStudentExplorer wrote a review Oct 2019
Rabat, Morocco19 contributions12 helpful votes
Incorrect Information: This place can be tricky to find due to a name change and incorrect information on Google maps! I'm living for several months in Rabat and taxi drivers never knew where this was and Google maps showed it outside the main city. It is now known as "Musée de l’histoire et des civilisations/Civilizations and History Museum" and it is situated near" Musée Mohammed VI d'Art Modern et Contemporain/Mohammed VI Contemporary and Modern Art Museum" down a smaller side street. You will see the name of the Museum on the side of a white building. Review: Once you eventually find this museum it is well worth a visit! The collections range from the prehistoric era, the Roman era in Morocco all the way to the arrival of Islam in Morocco. The exhibitions are really interesting and really impressive to look at. Its a relatively small museum, but still worth a visit. It would make an amazing follow up to your visit to Chellah as lots of the pieces on display were found there. Unfortunately the whole museum isn't accessible with one part of it being upstairs with no lifts and the information on the displays is in Arabic and French with only some of them having English. Do check it out after you've visited Chellah, I found the bronze works the most interesting and beautiful. Prices: Adult 20 dirhams Student 10 dihams (with student card) Children 10 dirhams
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Richard N wrote a review Oct 2019
105 contributions7 helpful votes
For a country with the history and culture of Morocco, the National Archaeology Museum is a disappointment. It shows little of the heritage that modern Morocco stands on.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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TomWall60 wrote a review Oct 2019
Rockville, Maryland636 contributions332 helpful votes
Interesting, but not a lot to see. The building is interesting. Good to see if you are on a tour. May be hard to do on you own, unless you are walking.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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mrs_pants000 wrote a review Oct 2019
Auckland, New Zealand30 contributions7 helpful votes
A bit tricky to find but well worth a visit with some great pieces beautifully displayed. Of particular relevance if you intend visiting the archaeological site at Volubilis.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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dapaze wrote a review May 2019
South Bend, Indiana314 contributions29 helpful votes
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This small museum has some very good Roman Bronzes, both large and small. I highly recommend it if you are in Rabat.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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