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Spectacular Roman mosaics are the high point of this museum.
Le Bardo, Tunis 2079, Tunisia
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited as part of a guided tour. Took 2 hours but could have been much longer. Lighting not perfect but mosaic displays breathtaking. Rooms impressive and pre- and post- Roman displays very good too. Good bookshop and friendly cafe. A “must see” in Tunis.

Thank AJ B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very interesting mosaics on display - including the biggest mosaics in the world. The detail is amazing. Pity not all the lighting seems to be working as this detracts from being able to appreciate the exhibits.

Thank Denis V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Today I have been to Bardo National Museum I admired Roman history it’s massive mosaics I can’t believe how people in those days managed to have wonderful skill.

Thank สุรารักษ์ ว
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

One of the best places we chose to visit and did not regret at all. In fact, would likely go again. Has the largest collection of mosaic pieces that are thousands of years old and some are really huge. Some of these treasures are actually...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I was taken here by a personal guide, that had an enormous knowledge of the history of Tunisia and Carthage. He showed me his favorite places and mosaics, and had a story with each and every one of them, so I can definitely recommend going...More

1  Thank Bastiaan H
Reviewed 24 July 2018

You'd probably need a week in this fabulous museum to truly do it justice. There is so much to see. The 3rd Century AD Roman mosaics are enormous, mostly intact and truly beautiful. The Arabic mosaics too, are extraordinary. And the building itself, once the...More

3  Thank PaulaLangFitzhenry
Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

The Bardo Museum is a must visit in Tunis. It has the largest collection of mosaic in the world with unique historic collections.

1  Thank Nina A
Reviewed 16 June 2018

Heaven for mosaic lovers, history buffs and everyone else. It's jaw-dropping collection of mosaics and artifacts assembled from sites all over Tunis.

1  Thank Caroline H
Reviewed 11 June 2018

If you're into Roman History and been enamoured by the stories of Hannibal/Carthage/Marcus Aurelius and life in Carthage after that time then you have to see the Bardo! Yes there was some trepidation as we parked in the car park where the tourist bus had...More

1  Thank clueyvooton
Reviewed 8 June 2018

If you go to Tunis you CANNOT miss Museum Bardo! It is a great place to fill your eyes with beautiful walls and mosaics!

Thank Maria R
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A march will be organised Sunday 29/03 starting from the center of Tunis to go the Bardo, and a memorial will be installed there with the names of the victims at that moment. Afterward the museum will be open normally... More