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I love museums, this one was ok... layout and flow was good, artifacts were sparse but there was a lot of good text (in Arabic and French).
The second exhibit focussed on the loss and desecration of historical places and artifacts. This was well put...More
A small wonderful palace which will take you to Algiers same place but many years ago.
There is a parking inside
Only one thing less, it should be better if there was a little cafeteria inside, so take care to get some snacks and water,...More
The Bardo houses a collection of neolithic finds, but nobody goes there to see old flint stones fragment but to see the beautifully ornamental moorish palace complex. Shame there is not much information about the people that once build it and lived in it but...More
Visited it in January 2017. It is quite small. An hour is enough to do the main museum and 30 mins to visit the adjacent palace. Entry fee is 200 dinar per person. No café, but a garden area to sit. If you want to...More
What I loved about Bardo was how varied their expositions were. Whilst I don't feel like it is the best museum I've been to in terms of factual information, if you're into North African/Maghrebine architecture this is the place for you. I loved walking through...More