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Not huge but well worth a look. It covers most things about life in Tunisia. It’s very well done. Staff are friendly. Toilets are clean but there is no cafe and not really a shop other than a few postcards etc. It’s easy to find...More
This is a very interesting museum albeit not huge in size but it has some very good pieces especially about the clothing and wedding customs - there is also a mausoleum on site and the old museum so don’t get confused and think that there...More
Great, authentic and well maintained museum where you can discover Djerbian legacy, traditional lifestyle and different customs - Available exhibit descriptions in different languages - A do not miss stop!
One of the most famous museums in the entire city! made from a famous white stone found in Africa
Uniqueness of the museum is the items displayed in the museum, which are daily use artifacts of ancient times. It is located at the top of...More
During a half day tour of the Djerba island also this museum has been visited. Very attractive piece of architecture, nice setting outside and inside. Great collection of clothing and antiquities. One negative - very scary looking figurines that are used in the displays.