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Everyone should go out of their way to visit this museum. The passion of the owner and curator, Zaid Abbou, who has been collecting the artefacts for 40 odd years comes through and is a wonderful host. Zaid's passion for cleaning up Morocco (in terms...More
We visited this nice museum in the middle of nowhere on the road from Merzouga to Dades valley. Its near to the Oasis Museum so you can visit both but definitely give this one preference of your time as its a worthier visit. It deals...More
We stopped here on a whim based on a blip in my Moon travel book, and I'm so glad we did! It was so rich in the history of Morocco, and gave me more insight than any of the reading I had done before our...More
Spent an enjoyable and informative time here, and as we were the only tourists at the time, we had the opportunity to talk with Zaid and ask lots of questions. The story behind the sources and the new development here is really interesting.
The time spent in the Sources Lalla Mimouna Museum was probably the best invested 50 dirhams of our trip. It was breathtaking, and very emotional to see the amount of love and passion that Zaid put into not only the making and caring for this...More
Zaid is quite an interesting character. He has traveled a lot around the world and speaks a lot of languages fluently. If you don't speak French or English he will also explain everything in German. The collection of Moroccon history is exceptional. You learn a...More
Our family spent two wonderful weeks in Morocco this past April. One of the most surprising enchanting places we stopped at was Musee des Sources de Lalla Mimouna. The artist/owner, Monsieur Zaid Abbou, has worked all his adult life to restore the clean sweet springs...More
I made sure that I visited this museum after reading the fantastic reviews here. The location seemed rather remote and I was not sure if it opened on the first day of Ramadan. But it did open. Mr. Zaid showed me around patiently. There was...More