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Museum of Moroccan Judaism

81, Rue Chasseur Jules Gros | Near the Oasis Station, Casablanca, Morocco
+212 5229-94940
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81, Rue Chasseur Jules Gros | Near the Oasis Station, Casablanca, Morocco
+212 5229-94940
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This has some interesting artifacts and photos. Also, we discovered it is the same building as the Yeshiva where Jewish students from all over Morocco lived and studied at least through the 1970"s. In the room with the Megillah, about 160 boys used to sleep...More

Thank OregonMom123
Reviewed 22 May 2017

The museum is located out of the tourist area of the city and may be a little difficult for your taxi to find it. But, make sure you have the address written down and the taxi driver will find it. We had the taxi driver...More

1  Thank klmaestra
Reviewed 19 May 2017

The visit was short but the exhibits were interesting and the director of the museum was accessible for questions about the Jewish Community in Morocco. Many very interesting artefacts from old and modern times in this building that also hosted a display of Moroccan modern...More

1  Thank albert501
Reviewed 9 March 2017 via mobile

Eye opening experience highlighting the deep and revered relationship of the King and the Jewish People.

1  Thank chicagoandrew2017
Reviewed 26 February 2017

Very educational with many unique artifacts. It exhibited amazing artifacts showing the Jewish history in Morocco. Good for anyone and do not have be religious to benefit from visiting it. Not close to center center but close to the train station.

2  Thank Steven E
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Although located further out from the city center, the Museum of Moroccan Judaism is one place you should visit for its educational value. At the time of my visit there was an exposition "Exils" which featured works of invited artists with the theme focusing on...More

3  Thank Luc V
Reviewed 17 January 2017 via mobile

The museum is full of history, including the building itself. We particularly enjoyed the minimum synagogues and the way the museum is designed!

Thank world-voyageur18
Reviewed 7 November 2016

The museum is very well done. We learned a lot about how Morocco lives, and has always lived, in peace between it's religions and ethnic groups. Be aware that most of the signage is only in French, not English, but we did not find that...More

1  Thank Luv2TraveltheWorld50
Reviewed 24 October 2016

This being the only Jewish museum in the Arab world it is fascinating and tells a story not often or readily available. Though small it is well worth visiting to see and understand how these cultures worked and meshed together.

Thank Edward M
Reviewed 4 October 2016

I had the pleasure of having a personal tour of this place with four other colleagues. Never knew the history of Jewish people in Morocco until my visit.

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Response from Rasha S | Reviewed this property |
When I was there, I was lucky enough to have the museum director who gave me a great tour herself as many things were only written in French and I only speak Arabic, English & Spanish. Maybe you can e-mail or call the museum... More