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Attempted to visit this museum on several occasions, at a variety of times (none of which were on a religious/public holiday). No opening times are listed anywhere, it is likely that this museum is closed permanently, or at least for an extended period of time....More
We went because it was in the guide books. Very well presented but in pales insignificance to Chellah and Kasbah Des Oudaias. I would have spent less time.
Hint: camera, suitable clothing and footwear, less time required for this visit
we went there, because the guide books told us, it was a good museum. The exhibit was good and worth the visit, if not as good as we thought it would be after reading about it. the problem was that someone from the museum didn't...More
We tried to see the museum each day for the three days we were in Rabat, at a different time each day, but each time it was closed. When we asked when it would be open we were given a time but when we came...More
Based on some guidebooks this used to be an arts and crafts museum with various carpets, copperwork, musical instruments, astrolabes, etc, but by my visit in March 2013 it had been converted into a museum devoted primarily to jewelry, which was more interesting than it...More
I believe this is the museum in the Palace in the Kasbah. It is an ancient walled garden Palace with an extensive system of paths, plants, trees, flowers and pools. The main house is restored and is a museum containing a number of interesting artifacts....More
This museum, tucked away in the Medina in Rabat, is a hidden treasure. The Kasbah itself, in which it is housed, is worth seeing, but the collections of jewelry are fantastic and well curated. If you don't read Arabic or French, bring a translator (mobile...More