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Marrakech Best Museums

Marrakech offers the possibility of visiting quite a few number of museums. Marrakech and Morocco’s vast and ancient history makes it possible to gather few places with fantastic collections and fabulous architecture. For those searching for culture and want to spend some time inside palace converted museums, Marrakech is the place to be and we assure you that you’ll love it.

Marrakech Best Museums

Marrakech Museum

Marrakech’s most visited museum that features: several rooms with exhibits such as Arabic calligraphy, ceramics, music and jewelery, a temporary Art exhibit changing once a couple of months; and many different renovated rooms restaurant following tradition and the line of master artisans from Marrakech. The 19th century Mnebhi Palace, renovated back in 1997 by the Omar Benjelloun Foundation is a nice place to spend 1 hour and appreciate its nice architecture and several art exhibits.

Marrakech Museum Morocco

Marrakech Museum

  • Place ben Youssef Square, Marrakech Morocco
  • +212.524.441.893
  • Open daily from 9am until 6:30pm

Dar Tiskiwin Museum Marrakech

This fantastic museum is inside Bert Flint’s house – the Dutch art historian and expert on Moroccan folk art and culture. Basically you can travel around ancient caravan routes through the Sahara Desert from Morocco south to the Sahel, where each room of the museum represents one specific region showing artifacts and important cultural aspects of the ancient caravan routes of the Sijilmassa trails.

Dar Tiskiwin Museum Marrakech Morocco

Dar Tiskiwin Museum

  • 8 Rue de la Bahia Street, Marrakech Morocco
  • +212.524.389.192
  • Open daily from 10am until 12:30am and 3pm until 5:30pm

The Art of Living Museum Marrakech

This is Marrakech’s newest museum, located inside an old renovated house, where you can appreciate a specific type of building architecture called riad. There are many Riads in Marrakech but usually converted into guest houses.

The Art of Living Museum’s first exhibit was about the history of the Kaftan clothes in Morocco. Several rooms with different artifacts and dresses. You can enjoy a cup of tea in the riad’s courtyard.

The Art of Living Museum Marrakech Morocco

The Art of Living Museum

  • 8 Rue de la Bahia Street, Marrakech Morocco
  • +212.524.389.192
  • Open daily from 10am until 12:30am and 3pm until 5:30pm

Dar Bellarj Museum Marrakech

Dar Bellarj is also known as the House of Storks as it used to be a hospital for these type of birds. Dar Bellarj features several painting and sculpture exhibits inside riad renovated back in 1997 by the Dar Bellarj Foundation for Moroccan culture.

Dar Bellarj Museum Marrakech Morocco

Dar Bellarj Museum

  • 9 Rue Toualat Zaouiat Street, Marrakech Morocco
  • +212.524.444.555
  • Open daily from 9am until 1pm and 2:30pm until 6:30pm

Dar Si Said Museum Marrakech

This Alouite style palace is home of the South Morocco Regional Arts Museum and you can enjoy several collections filled with mashrabiyas, pottery, arms and Berber jewelery, rugs from many regions of Morocco, old kasbah doors, wedding girdles and artifacts, kaftans dressings and other exceptional pieces.

Dar Si Said Museum

  • Riad Zitoun Jdid Street, Marrakech Morocco
  • +212.524.389.564
  • Open Saturday to Thursday from 9am until 11:45am and 3pm until 5:45pm; Friday from 9am until 11:30am and 3pm until 5:45pm