A really great place to visit , we enjoyed the minimal architecture, the interior of the place is so sophisticated , you can walk freely and you can take pictures freely, not crowded, the display of the stuff is so so so beautiful. I loved...More
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This museum was once the home of a very wealthy family. It now houses the most extensive collection of mosaics removed from various ruins. There are so many mosaics organized by time periods. A guide may or may not be available as you meander through...More
Bardo Museum is considered as one of the oldest and the most important of Tunisian museums. Over a century ago, it was established in the premises of a Beylical palace. Thousands of objects originating from excavations carried out all over the country during the XIXth...More
Interesting museum full of beautiful roman mosaics and other artefacts. This is a place not to miss out if you are interested in not only Roman history but the history of the Mediterranean.
Free admission, and great collection of Carthaginian mosaics. Well worth a visit when in Tunis, and was a highlight of my stay.
Absolutely beautiful building (more of a mansion than a museum). Plenty of ancient roman mosaics, statues, artifacts to see. The Islamic architecture in some of the rooms is mindblowing. Tickets are 10 dinars (around £3) and you have to pay 1 dinar if you want...More
The museum contains a large collection of excellent Roman and Carthaginian mosaics, as well as a few other items such as statues, pottery and various objects recovered from a shipwreck - including Roman beds. The detail and quality of the mosaics is amazing. They vary...More