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Soap Museum, Sidon

(4.4/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Learn how soap is made from olive oil at Soap Museum, located within a 17th-century building that once served as a factory. Now a museum, the former factory exhibits old tools and includes a traditional hammam. Learn about manufacturing techniques from 17th century and explore the history of traditional soap making. By using our Sidon trip itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Soap Museum and other attractions in Sidon.
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  • Was very much looking forward to visiting this museum. Building beautifully renovated. Sadly guide rushed us through in about 10-15 mins giving only basic points. Had to ask for brochure at end to rea...  more »
  • Very well renovated , and very interesting A must to do if you are in (Sidon) Saida. it traces the history of soap making in the region. They have a coffee shop, where you can have a delicious Lemonad...  more »
  • Very good place for people interested in soap manufacturing. It shows the history of soap making and the old way of making soap 
  • Nice place to learn about a piece of Saida's history and learn about how soap is made and even buy some. Funny how they have liquid soap in their rest room 🤔
  • 5000LL entrance
  • Very nice little Museum on the historic production of SOAP. Admission is free - so you can do nothing wrong, times past here to look and maybe to buy the one or the other good-smelling souvenirs in the Museum shop. However, the piece is here not necessarily cheap :) SOAP From the Museum, you can then directly in the Souk of Sidon.
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