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The Ethnographic Museum

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The Ethnographic Museum

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Chefchaouen has placed itself among one of the most renowned cultural & artistic attractions all over the world to the extent that it has been turned into a must-see destination while you visiting Morocco. Chefchaouen is a tiny town that can be covered in 3 to 4 hours; therefore, guest visitors traveling from Spain to Morocco or those who are already in Tangier mustn't miss the opportunity to explore the beautifully unique gem of a town in one day. The tour guide is meant to bring about the mysteries of the town rather than just focusing on taking pictures. Every nich within the old Medina is shrouded in mystery & our main objective behind this full-day trip is to clear the ground for cultural immersions...
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Tomi V wrote a review Apr 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel2632 contributions299 helpful votes
As i cannot see a reviews from 2018-19, it means this museum is really closed now for restoration. I visited Tetouan in March 2019 and local people said it is not open to public now, and i found the main door closed. Hope when all restoration process will finish it will be very interesting museum to visit while in Tetouan. Looking forward to do so next time.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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968abroadabroad wrote a review Jul 2017
Los Angeles, California4 contributions1 helpful vote
Nice guards, interesting building, cheap, and a fun/quick sight to see while in Tetuan. I wouldn't call it "can't miss" but, as the title of this review says, it's a funny and quaint kind of place that's a nice way of passing half an hour.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Kathy B wrote a review May 2017
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia358 contributions108 helpful votes
We loved the building itself, which was decirated in the local style. There are two external terraces, one with cannons and one with a lovely tiled fountain. The displays included textiles and attractive household items from a variety of eras. Free museum.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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John M wrote a review Feb 2017
New York City, New York61 contributions41 helpful votes
Didn't really see all that much there. Spent more time looking for it than we spent walkinig through it, but it's always good to support a museum. We basically needed a destination for the journey through the medina. I'd have rather just wandered around. Not many local people even know the place exists. Medina was nice too, plainer than Fes, not as quaint as Chefchaouen, but with it's own slowly revealing character. The more modern spanish style - if you call 1800's modern was nice too, a change from the rest of the country. We had 1 night there on the way to Tangier and it was fine.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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pensioner090 wrote a review Dec 2015
southwest England253 contributions165 helpful votes
This was one of the many outstandingly good museums we saw in Morocco. The Tetouan Archaeology Museum and the Ethnographic Museum are both stars. Both are easy to find. Both take about an hour and are full of beautiful collections. The Ethnographic Museum has a marvellous collection of Muslim furniture, costume and jewellery. It is beautifully presented in the vast rooms of a fabulously restored palace which gives a real feel for the 18th century rulers' lives. As the Museum is literally at Bab Okla Gate, it is easy to find. You can then wind your way through the medina back to the Royal Palace at Place Hassan II. Or you can visit the tannery which is nearby in the medina. Or you can visit the interesting Artisanal School which is literally across the road from the Ethnographic Museum. We were the only visitors that morning.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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