We'd like to visit when you open on September 4th and would appreciate having a guide. Is this possible?
When I was there, I was lucky enough to have the museum director who gave me a great tour herself as many things were only written in French and I only speak Arabic, English & Spanish. Maybe you can e-mail or call the museum before going. It is totally worth it.
Good luck with the visit
When we visited they were no guides available, however if you are conversant with either French, Hebrew or Arabic languages you will enjoy the museum maybe no need for a guide however an anglophone person would need a guide the best thing to do when in Casablanca phone the museum I am sure they will accommodate your need.
Godlike with the visit.
Not sure how to get guides but I would contact the museum directly
Susan: Your question was referred to me by TripAdviser, though it seems addressed to the Museum. When we (my wife, brother-in-law and his wife, and I) visited the Museum in April, they had an English speaking docent scheduled to take us through the exhibits. He was a very articulate young European man who was studying in Casablanca. I believe that our Moroccan tour guide had called the Museum beforehand to make sure they had an English speaking docent there to meet us. We really enjoyed the Museum and hope you do too. David
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