Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts, Fes

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Admire the architecture and artifacts of Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts, located within a restored funduq--a building that once provided accommodations for traveling merchants. Make sure you see the handcrafted Berber instruments during your visit, and head up to the top floor cafe to gain extensive views of the medina while sipping a mint tea. Make Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts a centerpiece of your Fes vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Fes visit planning tool .
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  • The Museum of wood is a beautiful Museum and Palace that once he was a Caravanserai or fundouk, where the caravan people stopped and exchanged goods. On the ground floor there were warehouses and stables for the camels, on the upper floors there were accommodations. Now it's a beautiful Museum, well maintained, various antiques and wooden and not typical. Would not be allowed to photograph, I havn't noticed this warning and clicked photographs. On the top floor there is a terrace with a cup of coffee. I absolutely recommend a visit.
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  • A great place to visit - perhaps less so because of the exhibition itself but it’s a nice building with delicate woodwork that worths having a look at...  more »
  • Diverse and high quality wood carving exhibits could be seen. The Pavilion itself was beautiful and as 탸 mold Riyadh over wood ornaments are compelling. Pass in the Medina of Marrakech Grand non seug. Not much featured Turner Lee would spend time in in Fez with a good alternative.
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  • Clean and very well kept museum that takes you through wood carving from the preparation of the logs to the actual wood art. It's 20MAD to get in and it has a nice and cheap tea house on the rooftop. The explanation boxes near the exhibition could be more detailed, but it's easy to get an idea of what each piece was used for.
  • We loved the Museum. Its beautifully made and resored. Some very old artifacts and a wonderful rooftop terrace
  • Gorgeous museum in the heart of the Medina. Although there are exquisite pieces on display, there lacks the contextualization one expects in such an establishment. Though definitely worth the visit.
  • Nice place. Many wooden items that you usually see in Morrocan houses are exhibited. And also a beautiful patio. In many places taking photo is not allowed. It is possible to drink tea on terrace above for 10 Dirham.
  • This was one of the best museums that we visited in Morocco. Takes about 45 Minutes. This is how you show historical items 👍🏻;-) Worth the trip.
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