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Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech

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Founded by a painter and developed by a fashion designer, Jardin Majorelle is a 4.8 hectare (12 acre) site in which nature and art intertwine. A striking blue villa sits at the heart of the botanical garden, filled with numerous water features and over 300 plant species from around the world. Developed over a period of 40 years by the painter Jacques Majorelle, and bought in 1980 by designer Yves Saint-Laurent, the garden includes a museum of Islamic art. Plan a Marrakech trip in moments using our itinerary builder.
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  • Remarkable gardens with history, restorations by Yves Saint Laurent and partner, then foundation, with flora international and cobalt accents 
    Remarkable gardens with history, restorations by Yves Saint Laurent and partner, then foundation, with flora international and cobalt accents  more »
  • Fun place to see a variety of botanicals and taking fun, colourful pictures in Marrakech. You don't really need more than an hour here. 
    Fun place to see a variety of botanicals and taking fun, colourful pictures in Marrakech. You don't really need more than an hour here.  more »
  • Overpriced entrance fee, but the garden is nice. Museum was small, and displayed basic Berber items. Cafe was nice, with decent fare. 
    Overpriced entrance fee, but the garden is nice. Museum was small, and displayed basic Berber items. Cafe was nice, with decent fare.  more »
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  • Queue wasn't too bad luckily for my experience. The interior was so pretty with the variation of plants and vibrant colors of the blue architecture fitting together with the bodies of water. Extremely aesthetic! There were also shops and a cafe inside to chill and explore. They were also informative in the stops at the buildings talking about the history of the garden.
  • A sweet little park to wander around. We loved seeing the cacti especially the sweet flowers. The bright blue Berber Museum building is a great photo backdrop. It’s worth visiting to see some pretty artefacts. The lily pond is sweet too. Booking is currently required online 24 hours in advance. They accept digital tickets.
  • Nice place. Colours are incredible! The only negative point about it, is that people in general did not go there to appreciate the garden but to just take selfies to say they've been there. So many people getting in the way because it was a "cool pic". Other than that, it's a beautiful place!
  • Totally worth the visit. This is a must see in Marrakech. It’s an amazing garden with beautiful areas. We also visited the museum and stopped by the coffee place inside for a tea, I recommend the whole experience. By aware that you might get a long line to get inside and if it’s sunny, be prepared. Tickets were 120DH per adult.
  • Great place where nature is free and the beauty of the colors is immense! I highly recommend it. Another advise in case you want to enjoy the garden try to come before 10. At early at 9 you can enjoy it before it gets crowded

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