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Agree with one of the previous reviewers. I like to learn at museums but not sure what I took away on this visit. Not the fact it was small but I don't understand Arabic and speak basic English. With all the tourists speaking English, I...More
Small. No English (French and Arabic only). No photos allowed. $7 per person is pricey for this place. Hard to understand what the exhibits were trying to communicate.
In the heart of the medina.
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Small museum with clothing, jewelry, old photos, painted wood, some furniture, guns and various other features. The mansion itself is quite nice. 70 MAD entry but as in every museum upkeep is necessary. Friendly admission person. No photos allowed and no English.
This history museum is housed in a nice 19th century merchant building and is easy to find on this central street of the city and well marked. It was named after the founder of the city, Mohammed ben Abdallah.There is a fee to enter. Nice...More
The museum is located on a beautiful building. However the collection isn't anything special. There are some interesting ancient objects, but most of the features you can see in the antique shops in medina. Worth a visit if you don't mind to pay 70DH.
Museum collection housed in an old residence in the heart of the medina. Beautiful collection of various items, costumes, etc. Signs are in arabic and french, but they do have an English language handout. Was disappointed that they didn't have carpets on display. Fee to...More
It's worth the trip just to see the building that houses the museum. The collection is varied and interesting. You get a glimpse of the many expertly made arts and crafts of Morocco as well as some history.
“Not a museum” moaned the teens. And moments after parting company with nearly £30 requested to admit them, I could see their point. (It is 70 dhirams a head for each visitor over 12). It is a fine building, containing a very modest collection of...More