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Set in a stunning 17th century riad at the heart of Marrakech's old city and at just a stone's throw from Jemaa El Fna square, the Heritage Museum (Musée du Patrimoine) has undergone a six-year renovation. The Heritage Museum showcases a family's...more
The museum is in the middle of the souk area in the medina, so it's easy to miss the relatively modest entrance. However, once you're inside, it's a whole different world! You see a beautiful riad with lots of original artefacts, silence and more! We...More
Visited this museum paid 70DH pp.
didn’t get any free mint tea as mentioned in the another reviews, never mind I didn’t go there for tea.
I love museums but I didn’t like this one very much :/
Small 2 floors and terrace with lovely...More
If you want a little break from the chaos that is Marrakech I suggest you pop into the Heritage museum. A small museum but they have some facinating items and it's all clearly explained. Finish your visit with a peppermint tea on the roof terrace...More
We weren't exactly lost, but pushed along by the crowds, we sought refuge. Fortunately we saw a sign pointing towards a museum. The Heritage Museum of Marrakech is a small, modest collection capturing Morocco's past. The exhibits are well displayed and explained (in English). It...More
This is a quirky, family-run museum that we spent about an hour in. It houses a range of Moroccan artefacts from coins to furniture to clothes. I appreciated that there was text in useful (not boring) English, as this is not usually the case at...More
The Heritage Museum is very beautiful. We enjoyed looking around. It's small and not over crowded. The terrace is nice for fresh tea. Leaves are pulled off plants in front of you. Make sure to watch your head heading down the stairs.
The Heritage Museum or ‘Musée du Patrimoine’ as it is also known is situated in the medina. This is a family run project that has took five years to transform, the exhibit is a family collection of Moroccan antiques and artefacts. Funded by the family themselves, with...More
This family-run museum is an absolute delight, and a bargain for 30Dh, whatever the other reviews say. We had a warm welcome on entering and enjoyed a peaceful atmosphere to look around - in fact, we were the only customers at the time, a welcome...More
In The Souk on The left side, when you come from place Jamaa el Fna, there is a museum about Marokko. Its private, they have a lot of books about The country and its history, and in an old riad, they show a variety of...More