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a nice place i u r into museum and stuff very informative, need atleast half a day to cover... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Romil M
mumbai, India
Must-see if you love Boucherouite rugs

As an artist who came partly to research and see these boucherouite rugs, this is an absolute gem... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2018
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

a nice place i u r into museum and stuff very informative, need atleast half a day to cover everything

Thank Romil M
Reviewed 2 July 2018

As an artist who came partly to research and see these boucherouite rugs, this is an absolute gem - though to be honest the shops in Marrakech are equally full of them! A small intimate museum, with the added bonus of discovering the "Zindekh" pieces...More

1  Thank jtileston
Reviewed 11 June 2018

The most beautiful museum. Located in an old law house. So wonderful decorated and very fine boucharouite. Go there, just to get away from the noise in the souk

Thank Line L
Reviewed 10 June 2018

Tucked away in the medina a short walk to the East of the main souk, this lovely riad houses a fine and interesting collection of rag rugs made by Berber women. Some of the rugs become poignant when you discover that the material used by...More

Thank planbee
Reviewed 23 May 2018

Small and select rotating exhibitions of textiles/rugs from around Morocco, with special attention to Berner women's skills and crafts. One gem after another in a small and unpretentious converted riad enclosing a sedate but well-tiled courtyard, around which the carved woodwork is exceptional.

Thank Daniel H
Reviewed 6 May 2018

Found this museum after reading about it on TripAdvisor. Glad we went. We were the only people there and it's like wandering around someone's house. The rugs are beautiful and the stories behind them are very interesting and inspiring. The owner wasn't there when we...More

1  Thank annieajeks
Reviewed 29 March 2018

One of our very favorite spots in Marrakesh. A beautiful Riad with interesting rugs . Very well displayed and commented. Tea and Biscotti on the roof terrace were very enjoyable.

1  Thank Isabel B
Reviewed 30 January 2018

A display of colourful rag carpets made by Berber women. Nicely displayed in a riad with rooftop terrace. No tour but there is information in French and English.

1  Thank farfetched
Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

We made our way to the museum because we heard, that the tour must be amazing and that you learn a lot about the history of the family who produced the carpet. When we arrived, there just was no tour. So you get NO idea,...More

3  Thank yoja666
Reviewed 28 November 2017

I visited the museum alone and was enchanted by it, the atmosphere, the works disposition, the matching with contemporary art. I did not have the chance to meet the owner as mentioned in the comments. The visit made me wonder if the women "artists" that...More

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Response from Kim H | Reviewed this property |
All the info you need is on the website - why does everyone post guesses!!! - but its 40 dirhams to get in and you can reuse your ticket to go back as many times as you want. Closed Sundays. Of course you can take your child... More
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Response from Hilary007_11 | Reviewed this property |
I checked the riad /museum postcard I have, and Dih 40 entrance, open 0900 - 1800. Closed August! I do recommend a visit ... it's really worth seeing how the French owner has redecorated / remodelled the Riad. It's quite... More