Marrakech Museums Tour

Exploring the Wonders of Marrakech on a Day Guided Walking Tour

Marrakech Popular Sightseeing Tour

Marrakech’s best museums are small, intimate and often housed in wonderful old mansions. Plus, they’re usually much less crowded than the city’s big sights. Drop into one of these nine museums on your visit to the Moroccan city.

Tour Highlights

  • See the main sights of Marrakech Museums on a half-day 
  • Explore the maze of narrow streets that form the structured souks of Marrakech
  • Visit Berber Pharmacy ( Herborists and Spices Shop)
  • Visit the famous Mueums in Marrakech : Marrakech Museum, Dar Si Said Museum, Moussine Museum.

Program Details

Marrakesh Museum is a museum in the center of Marrakech. It is located near the Ibn Yusuf Religious School, built at the end of the nineteenth century by Mahdi Menebhi. The palace was carefully restored by the Omar Benjelloun Foundation and converted into a museum in 1997. The house itself is a museum that represents traditional architecture, encompassing both modern and traditional art along with Moroccan art, including historical books, pottery, and Moroccan coins.

Antiques Dar Si Said is located in Marrakesh, Morocco. One of the luxurious traditional houses in Marrakesh, which was established in the second half of the nineteenth century by Said bin Musa, who was practicing the functions of a minister of war during the reign of Sultan Mawla Abdel Aziz, as well as the brother of Ahmed bin Musa al-Sharqi, the chief minister of the Sultan at the time, known as Bahamad. The museum groups housed in the Dar Si Said Museum in Marrakesh, as well as the southern regions, especially include the regions of Tensift, the Souss, the High and Small Atlas and Tafilalet. It consists mostly of wooden collections, jewelry, pottery and ceramics, traditional weapons, textiles, and some archaeological finds, as is the case for the alabaster basin dating back to the eleventh century AD

The Mouassine Museum is a great example of a traditional Moroccan house from the Saadi dynasty. Restoration is still underway, with master craftsmen helping show the building as it would have been at its peak. Dura al-Saghira, previously used as a guest apartment, is one of the city’s best examples of traditional Saadian design. It houses collections of Berber carpets and photography, and provides details on the Gnaoua music and traditions



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