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This Hispano-Moorish palace houses a fine collection of traditional Fez crafts, the most admirable being the country’s famous cobalt blue pottery.
Place du Batha Fez, Fes 30030, Morocco
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I remember really enjoying this museum some years ago and while the building itself and the gardens that provide the museum's setting remain lovely, the items in the museum are not well displayed or labelled and look a little jaded.

Thank John P
Reviewed 25 June 2018

You will not be disappointed when visiting this once palace, now museum. The artifacts are very interesting, but I was mezmorized with the gardens and architecture as well. Definitely worth a visit.

Thank Kirstin H
Reviewed 6 May 2018

This building is a former royal palace (Hassan I) from 19th century and then converted into a museum 100 years ago. Our guide said that the king himself did not stay here but it provided accommodation to royal guests. The museum is close to Bab...More

1  Thank J0anned568
Reviewed 16 April 2018

I had stumbled upon the Dar Batha Museum as it was a Monday and since the Jardin was closed I had been walking around Fes aimlessly. This propped up. Only a few dirhams to get into (maybe 10dh, 20dh, I'm awful at keeping track). Not...More

1  Thank donutsam
Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

The building is beautiful. It’s very fresh and quiet with the garden in the middle. I was more interested with the architecture than the exhibit. Definitely still worth a visit if you want to get out from the bustle of the Médina.

Thank Regina K
Reviewed 7 March 2018

The museum doesn't have a huge collection on display, but is set in an interesting garden and provides some peace and tranquility after teh hustle and bustle of the medina

1  Thank SeemsTVL
Reviewed 26 February 2018

We ventured out of the Medina and discovered a hive of Military/Police activity. Not sure what was going on, but it was a little disconcerting. We didn't venture too much further, but did come across the Batha Museum and decided to have a look around....More

Thank KiwiKerry53
Reviewed 7 January 2018

We walked a short distance from the Fes medina to this museum of Moroccan art housed In a late 19th- century Andalusian palace built by Moulay el Hassan. A small display of pottery, clothing, jewellery, carpets and assorted coffee pots. You are not allowed to...More

Thank Kathleen K
Reviewed 4 January 2018

This is a wonderful wway to look at a variety of components that contribute to the culture. Everything from clothing and jewelry to weapons and hand tools are on display with okay narratives. This was to us the best of the classic museums in Fes...More

Thank Zarilla
Reviewed 2 January 2018

Batha palace complex was made in the end of 19th century in Andalusian-Moorish style as a Sultan`s Hassan I dwelling space and a guest house for important visitors. Only his succesor, Sultan Abdelaziz used it after, but not for longer period. In this palace he...More

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Response from Cynthia C | Reviewed this property |
When I was there in May of this year, it was open. They call it Musee Batha in Fes.