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Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts

Pl. Nejjarine, Fes, Morocco
+212 531-412616
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Pl. Nejjarine, Fes, Morocco
+212 531-412616
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This is a beautiful old building but visit it only if you like woodcraft and can appreciate the various uses of wood through the centuries. The building is old, nicely restored and the terrace has good views of the entire Medina.

Thank WWTraveller26
Reviewed 5 days ago

A must during your visit in Fes, splendidly restored Foundouk and very rich collection of wood objects....do not miss the very nice fountain outside in the little square..

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The objects are interesting, but the architecture of the building and it's rooftop view even more! It was recently restored and gives you an idea of how a luxurious riad looks like. The price of entry is 20MAD and gives you acces to the entire...More

Thank karoliena132
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Really worth to try because of building itself but the exhibition is also very good. On the terrace they have a lovely view and a bar which is very cheap although we didn't get anything. Liceky sorroundings, worth visiting it. 20 dirham per person

Thank jumanufer
Reviewed 1 week ago

We enjoy visit.The museum are very well design.the work of conservation was very well done.the work to preserve the history is fabulous

Thank José S
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were not too interested in seeing this museum. We quickly scanned washboards, bellows, leather tools, pulpit, buffets and musical instruments. The best part was the rooftop where you could view the area.

Thank Victoria P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It took us about 3 hours to find the place because Fez is such a maze, but it was an interesting escape from the city centre. The collection is quite limited but I would recommend if you are spending a few days in Fes as...More

Thank EmilyMorgan9
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a very nice museum where you can actually see different furniture and items that were traditionally used by Fassis (people from Fes). The visit does not take very long so do not hesitate to discover it. You can also go to the rooftop...More

Thank Yonas P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is an interesting museum. Beautiful architecture and wood artifacts from musical instruments to bridal chests to the boards used to memorize the Koran

Thank arpin3
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Set in a beautiful building in the medina, this place provides one of the few buildings we can visit. The exhibits are spread out in rooms and provides an insight into the various tools and instruments used by the community.

Thank CustardApple_10
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Emma B
1 December 2016|
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Response from africanmatrix | Reviewed this property |
Hi Emma Friday mornng most (but not all) shops and restaurants within the Medina are closed - Muslim holy day. But in the afternoon many re-open. I didn't try to visit the museum on a Friday. If possible go on another day... More
24 November 2016|
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Response from rudabah2016 | Reviewed this property |
As far as I recall the big metal scales at the Nejjarine Musuem were used by merchants in earlier times. They have not been newly installed.