Dar Si Said Museum, Marrakech

3.9
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Located inside a former palace, Dar Si Said Museum boasts a wealth of mosaics, intricately carved wooden doors, stairs, ceilings, and ornamental fountains, providing a fitting setting for the antiques on display. The collection brings together different regional crafts from across the country and across various time periods, including Berber jewelry, carpets made in the High Atlas, and Marrakesh leatherwork. See Dar Si Said Museum and all Marrakech has to offer by arranging your trip with our Marrakech trip itinerary planner.
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  • First, please note that the contents of the museum may be different to your guide book - it has changed to focus more on Moroccan carpets and the like. But it is well worth a visit, with a range of...  more »
  • This tranquil place is less visited than others in Marrakech because it is not well signposted. It is a stunning building inside with a beautiful courtyard with the usual fountains and tiling...  more »
  • We visited this museum after the Bahia palace. Actually we enjoyed this old beautiful building more. Stunning place with less visitors.  more »
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  • Nice quiet place. Lovely architecture. Make sure you go upstairs it's amazing. Shame I didn't get enough photos. Good to learn more about carpets and see different styles from various areas.
  • Just like many other places. The wall tiles are what you get. The palaces feel empty and devoid of their once prime purpose ( a livable home)
  • It's nice if you don't have a lot of time, be careful with the price, sometimes some tour guides ask you for more money than it is. There's no flyers with the price.
  • It worth it to go. Its not very crowded so you can enjoy the views of this amazing "little palace". I recoed to go at 3pm or so....when its almost empty.
  • Highly recommended. Even if you are not into carpets or you have already paid too much for one at the bazaar in Marrakech, it is worth a visit. Stunning building and interior, traditional and modern carpets + you can learn about its Morrocan origins and history.

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