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Museum of Moroccan Arts

Dar el Makhzen, Place de la Kasbah, Tangier, Morocco
+212 5399-32097
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Very interesting place, which mixes art, crafts and natural attractions The original building is... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2017
alessioferro
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Livorno, Italy
Tortoises!

Visited this museum on our day trip to Tangier. Lots of very interesting art work and artifacts... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2016
Richard C
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Penryn, United Kingdom
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  • Average15%
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Dar el Makhzen, Place de la Kasbah, Tangier, Morocco
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+212 5399-32097
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Reviewed 2 April 2017

Very interesting place, which mixes art, crafts and natural attractions The original building is very nice and interesting, the manicured gardens and fragrant, something very amazing large turtles that you can encounter ... worth the visit few euro for the ticket

Thank alessioferro
Reviewed 24 October 2016

Visited this museum on our day trip to Tangier. Lots of very interesting art work and artifacts showing the history and development of the town. The gardens were particularly interesting not only for the flora but also the fauna in that there were tortoises roaming...More

Thank Richard C
Reviewed 2 August 2016 via mobile

Opening times online were incorrect so we were unable to see inside!! But its worth a walk around the area as you can see a nice sea view and lots of colourful, less tourist populated streets.

Thank viktoriarue
Reviewed 10 July 2016

This wonderful Museum of Moroccan Art is located on beautiful grounds and is founded specifically in the prince’s apartments at the palace. These rooms are exquisite and decorated with sculpted plasterwork and Mosaics completed in colored marble and glass tile pieces. The prince’s apartments are...More

Thank r0ger650
Reviewed 2 May 2016

I would review it, if I ever found it open .... theres a beautiful caftan/concept store next door so not all a waste of time

Thank LondonPandora
Reviewed 17 September 2015

I was honestly surprised by the design of all furniture as well as ornaments in the museum. It was so beautiful that it is a must to visit when you are in Marrakech.

Thank Ugne V
Reviewed 13 September 2015

The Museum of Moroccan Arts and the Museum of Antiquities are both housed in the beautiful building, formerly the Sultans' Palace. Beautifully preserved and a wonderful history. If you're in Tangier, this is well worth the visit.

Thank travels234
Reviewed 5 July 2015

amazing place and best one to learn about history of both Morocco and the Arab world and also other cultures, I highly recommend this place for history lovers

1  Thank Ahmed H
Reviewed 15 June 2015

Very beautiful and full of art and moroccan antiquees. Berber culture and pieces of art. Also has a very beautiful garden.

Thank Marina A
Reviewed 1 June 2015

This interesting Museum is especially by the quality of the building that houses a former palace beautifully restored and in parallel with beautiful tiles, carved wooden ceilings and a exotic mosaic floor survivor of Volubilis and in good condition. Do not miss the beautiful Sultan's...More

1  Thank PacoGonzales
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