Full disclosure - I did not enjoy my time in Fes and we ended up cutting our time short and moving on.... That said, The Dar Batha Museum is a great place to see the long history of artisan tradition that is still very much...More
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A small museum, a little of the beaten track. But it contains some lovely artefacts ... scrolls & manuscripts, traditional clothes and ornaments & jewellery ... treasures to find. Well worth an hour's visit and the 1 euro entry fee. Do wander in the gardens...More
Tried a few times to visit but no information and always closed! Hope to be back and visit, including the garden and maybe the music festival
This palace provides a very good overview of the craftsmanship in the region. The architectural features and details were amazing!
If you enjoy handicrafts this is a good museum to get a feel of the work created around Fes. It is a small but decent collection and uncrowded.
A real retreat from the heat and bustle - built around lovely gardens and all very open and light. Wide variety of interesting exhibits to browse.
It's not a packed museum what I got used to in Europe. It's in a building arounda wonderful garden when you are stepping in and out to rooms with artifacts. The objects have no English translation but you can easily guess from the French words...More
We stopped here on our tour through Fes and it was a nice museum. It was very small but they had some beautiful Moroccan antiques. The building itself was so beautiful and the gardens in the center were as well. Good stop for a good...More
As everyone else has noted here, the main attraction is the building. In addition, the museum is a nice place to escape the hectic pace of the medina for a bit without wandering down to one of the shopping malls or chain restaurants downtown. The...More
The museum is right at the edge of the Fes medina so is not a bad spot to check out if one has sufficient or extra time in Fes. Not small, but could use some updating. Has a number of cultural/Moroccan exhibits that could be...More