You'll probably want to do both the garden and museum as the garden is relatively small. The museum and garden will take about two hours to look around. It's 100 Dirhams per person and children under 12 are free. There's a lovely cafe and gift shop inside.
If you can, go early (it opens at 8am) as the queues in can get really long after midday and you'll be standing in the hot sun for a while.
Get taxis from further up the road not outside the gardens, they'll over charge you.
Yes, it’s £7, which compared to the cost of a few of the other tourist hotspots is expensive. Saying that, we are glad we visited it.
I have just submitted a review (waiting for it’s approval). We visited the garden on
Wednesday and so I can confirm that the fee is 70 dm. This is about £7, and frankly although we enjoyed our visit, and the gardens are lovely, we both felt that this fee was on the high side. There were extra fees too if you wanted to go into the Berber museum and the YSL museum. We paid 10dm (£1) to visit the palace Bahia.....
As above replies 70MAD for the gardens. 30MAD for the Berber Museum.
2h is about right to visit both. And yes, get there early. I stood in the sun for about 45 minutes waiting in the queue for a ticket, arriving 11.30am. The gardens were a shade haven once i got in though. Lovely.
Yes, there is. it's 40Dhs for foreigners - children under 12 are free. There is a website, but apparently answers to questions cannot include HTML or website links (why?)
Sorry I only just saw your question . Yes there’s a charge but it was so long ago now I can’t remember . I don’t think it was very much though .
Yes about £6. £9 if you go to the museum.
Yes. We bought the ticket at our hotel/Ryan which meant no queuing - VERY helpful.
Yes, there is a charge to go into the gardens and the Berber museum - its about 12 euros? and there is a separate charge for the YSL Museum. newly opened. A must see.
I think there is a fee but is a small one.
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