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2 Aug 2018
“Worth the visit”
1 Mar 2018
“Well worth a stop”
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Asrir Oued Ferkla | 52002, Tinejdad 52600, Morocco
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Reviewed 3 August 2018

Located inside the Ksar of El Khorbat, the museum is a must stop for everyone interested to know or learn about the life of different cultures and populations living in the desert and oasis areas of Sahara. With 3 levels, on an over 150 years...More

Thank 15matjan
Reviewed 2 March 2018

Our tour stopped here and I had low expectations, but it was an excellent museum. It was very well organized, information was available in very readable english (as well as Arabic, French, and Spanish), the building was fascinating. Be sure to look at the crafts...More

Thank cookpias
Reviewed 18 January 2017 via mobile

We (a group of 7) stopped here as part of our Intrepid tour itinerary when on the go from Erg Chebbi to Todra Gorge & all of us were pleasantly surprised (as noted by all previous reviewers). The quickest someone went through was 30 minutes...More

2  Thank Phil-Joel
Reviewed 6 October 2016

Walking this well organized and nicelly presented museum is a must when you are staying at the El Khorbat Ksar. For as little as 20dh per person, you will have an overall understanding of the life of marocan people, origins, actual way of living. If...More

Thank JOCELYN D
Reviewed 24 March 2016

Outstanding displays with information plaques in English [and several languages]capture the Berber life, complete with explanations for the building materials that house all of this terrific museum. Don't be deceived by the fact that it is small: plan at least an hour and find the...More

Thank Judybookdoc
Reviewed 14 July 2015

Don't be fooled by the size. They displays are so well done and contain so much information, one can easily spend at least two hours wandering through the museum. It's obvious that it is a true labor of love. Being incorporated within the ksar gives...More

Thank wwglobetrotr
Reviewed 23 April 2014

We really enjoyed this place. We were not expecting such an interesting experience. The museum isn't huge, but it's restored very well, and it was really cool to go into the kasbah further and realize that lots of people still actually live there. There were...More

2  Thank lindagaf
Reviewed 3 April 2014

This berber museum is unfortunately very easy to miss, so you have to drive slowly and keep your eyes open for the sign. The museum houses many artefacts relating to berber history throughout the ages and provides a fascinating insight into life many years ago....More

1  Thank Rachel H
Reviewed 2 April 2014

Very interesting and excellently curated museum in a well maintained ksar. Information plaques in 8 languages and only 20 dirhams for entry! Also a very nice hotel and restaurant.

Thank bokad
Reviewed 23 June 2013

This was a stop on our trip from Merzouga to Tineghir with Morocco Explored. I think our driver was surprised by how much time we spent going through the many rooms, but we are the kind of museum goers who read all the labels and...More

Thank mangau
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