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I have been to so many countries around the world and enjoyed every visit to any museum i went to but going to Le Bardo was another experience. The museum hold the largest tile and Mosaic collections in the world . It captures your attention...More
Fantastic collection of mosaics from the roman periods. Not very crowded, few guards so a very pleasant experience. Take cheap tram from the city center (20 min), to avoid taxis for the traffic and the taxidrivers "crooked" manners in dealing with tourists.
This was the largest collection of mosaics the wife and I have seen before. They had hundreds of varying sizes and colors. Many of these were stunning.
They also had a few rooms that we're done in various styles, some frescos, some tile work. There...More
The Bardo museum was worth visiting to see all of the old mosaics and to understand a bit of the history of the area. It was a really open museum with lots of space and was quiet when we visited. There are museum guides who...More
Many old mosaics, some of the spanning the entire length of the wall or floor. Spent about an hour and a half here but you could easily spend longer. Big place, lots to see on the many layers of Tunisia's history
The palace in which the museum is housed is an experience for itself, the beautiful quarters of Tunisian beys remind the spanish Alhambra. Ceramics, small details carved in stone, the playing of the light, the design ... The exhibits are simply amazing. Their richnessand, beauty...More
A wonderful collection in a lovely palace. However, the museum suffers greatly from lack of organization, curation, or any form of audio or live guidance. Such wonderful treasures presented in such a horrible way. It all made me wish the French had taken all these...More
Our visit accompanied by a talented guide was a real hit. We had heard so much about Bardo museum so our expectation was high. It surpassed it. I do particular recommend the terra cotta masks section and the 4 seasons Neptune monumental fresque both on...More