Great place to visit in Morocco
Dar Si Saïd Museum
Dar Si Saïd Museum is an interesting museum that is housed in a palace on the Riad Ezzitoun El Jadid. The museum speaks of the arts, crafts and culture of the Berber people. Displays of some Moorish cedar wood furniture and artefacts from routine life in the Sahara Desert are featured in Dar Si Saïd Museum. A compilation of door and window frames are also displayed at the museum courtyard.
Palace Museum and Gardens
The Palace in the Kasbah is a striking royal structure that was built in the 17th century by Moulay Ismail. The palace houses the Museum of Moroccan Arts that in turn houses charming exhibits such as Berber jewellery, costumes and carpets. The grounds of the palace are taken up by the gorgeous Andalucian Gardens and are brimming with sunken shrubberies and flowerbeds, bougainvillea and fragrant herbs.
Mohamed V Mausoleum
Mohamed V Mausoleum is an architectural marvel and is the final resting place of several members of Morocco’s royal family, including King Mohamed V. Tourists who visit this masterpiece will be dumbfounded with the brilliant and skilful architectural workmanship that is on display here. A highly popular tourist delight, Mohamed V Mausoleum makes airlines offering cheap flights to Morocco so popular among holiday makers all across the globe.
The Museum of Marrakech
Located in the Dar Menebhi Palace, Museum of Marrakech was built by Mehdi Menebhi in the 19th century and was restored by the Omar Benjelloun Foundation and transformed into a museum in 1997. Museum of Marrakech houses arts and exhibits pertaining to both modern and traditional Moroccan art. The museum also displays historical books and coins.