Lalla Hadria Museum

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Lalla Hadria Museum
4.5
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Abdel-Rahman Ghandour
Tunis, Tunisia552 contributions
A gem of Islamic art
Sep 2020 • Family
Go there! It's human-sized but beautifully spaced. The prices are extraordinary and are brought from the entire Islamic world.
The texts are very good and light.
You will leave happy and more knowledgeable if the width and breadth of islamic art, from ornaments to carpets and from calligraphy to designs
Written September 7, 2020
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sugarandspice2
Languedoc-Roussillon, France1,434 contributions
Beautiful jewellery and clothing
Dec 2019 • Couples
We really enjoyed our visit to the lalla Hadria museum. The embroidered and hand woven materials were a delight. The superb jewellery a pleasure to behold.
There were also pottery, lamps, perfume burners, carpets from all ages and cultures.
Well worth a visit.
Written December 10, 2019
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Tiiu P
41 contributions
Interesting
Oct 2019
examples from different period lifestyles. liked Djerba doors, pottery. Very clean museum, places to have a rest.
Written October 22, 2019
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Don_Lorenzo_d_Arabia
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg144 contributions
If you think Djerba is simple, head here for the surprise
Apr 2019
MOst of Djerba is offering simle overpriced things, and this museum is a pleasant surprie in history, in richness of information :D
Written April 24, 2019
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axelgourmand
Dakar, Senegal17 contributions
Amazing Collection
Feb 2019 • Business
Really worth to get some very well presented insight of oriental culture. The collection is exceptionnal, all made of real pieces
Written March 3, 2019
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Taieb E
Tunis, Tunisia419 contributions
Amazing Museum Lalla Hdria
May 2018 • Business
Close to light house of Ras Taguermess and inside of Jeba Explorer situated the amazing Lalla Hadria Museum.
When you come to this beautiful island don;t miss to visit Lalla Hadria. Cheers!
Written December 2, 2018
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streakey
Hastings, UK1,164 contributions
Very worth a visit
Mar 2018 • Friends
This is part of a combo ticket to the crocodile farm.
The museum is good but not much signage. Good exhibits though.
Friendly staff.
They don’t accept cards usually.
Written August 13, 2018
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caroler82
Greater Manchester, UK78 contributions
Best place I visited in Djerba
Jun 2018 • Friends
Paid 20 tnd (just under £7 for an adult) as a combined ticket price to see three attractions:

Lalla Hadria, Djerba Heritage and Crocodile park.

The museum housed a small but exquisite collection of Islamic art and artifacts. Pieces came from Syria, The Persian Empire and from the Magrehbian countries, some dating as far back as the 9th century. I particularly liked the clothing, jewelry, and calligraphy collections. The craftsmanship was to be marvelled at. I do agree with others on this site that they should offer information (even if on a photocopied sheet) in other European languages as well as Russian who make up a large proportion of tourists now.

It was refreshing to finally see Tunisia make something of their Berber history. I'd say this was a "work in progress" as many of the rooms were not complete but you certainly got a sense of how the previous generations lived.

The Crocodile park was just fun. They had lots of them and the park was nicely laid out so you could view in safety.

What I liked about it was there was a cafe there and other cafes as you come into the complex.

Check out the little artisan shops at the entrance. I picked up some lovely hand made leather flip flops and there are ranges of organic creams and toiletries plus other local crafts which are of better quality than other parts of Tunisia.

I'll be returning to Djerba next year and this will certainly be the place I go back to.
Written June 27, 2018
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Isabelle D
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg87 contributions
Great visit
May 2018
Went to visit the museum after the crocodile visit.
The museum is absolutely amazing. A beautiful visit . A must to do in Djerba.
Would not mind to go back again.
Written May 29, 2018
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badmintontim
Hastings, UK4,457 contributions
Good Museum but needs English Explanations
Mar 2018 • Friends
You can access here by purchasing a ticket that gives you all three attractions of this park, the Lala Hadria Museum, crocodiles and the Heritage = Djerba Explore together at a cost of 20TND but be aware that their credit card machine does not always work (happens to a few places in the island!)

Their exhibitions are very good and well laid out although do need explanations in English which is their main downfall

Not too big so less than 1 hour here but could be 30/40 mins - we done the whole Park in 3 hours but didn’t rush

Good toilet facilities and signage to other parts of the park
Written April 3, 2018
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