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Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts

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Pl. Nejjarine, Fes 30030, Morocco
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Reviewed 2 days ago

If for no other reason you need to visit here to see the detailed and elaborate woodwork that fills the interior and courtyard. It was simply beautiful to stand and gaze around the courtyard and think about all the hours invested in the breathtaking woodwork.

Thank zimmys57
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Worth a quick visit to see the tools and artefacts used by the ancient folk. Same kind of tools, metal works and wood used by UK.

Thank 5travel17
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

my family and i visited this Caravan fondouk with our guide , it was amazing to see how old hotels are looks like worth to see

Thank merindaa176
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On my earlier visit to Fes I had enjoyed the original Fes Museum but this is another level all together and it is inexpensive. This really is fascinating as an assemblage of lost skills and techniques. You can see how timber was used in musical...More

Thank John P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Most interesting to see inside, unfortunately photos of the exhibits are not allowed. There are three floors of exhibits. Found it most interesting and what wonderful craftsmen who carefully created these beautiful pieces. Do see the famous water fountain near to the entrance. Very worthwhile...More

Thank StephenXXXXX
Reviewed 13 July 2018 via mobile

The museum is nicely laid out and one of the cheapest we'd visited (20 DH/person). Its very beautiful and the information is clear. Signs are in English which is something else we haven't seen much of. There's some very beautiful woodwork to look at over...More

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Reviewed 2 July 2018

Do pay a visit as this is quite an outstanding restoration. The exhibits themselves vary in interest and you can get though in less than an hour

Thank marekw
Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile

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...

Thank Zsófia T
Reviewed 23 May 2018

while you walk in the old city and you have a tour guide (which is a must) sure he will take you the Nejjarine museum, it is a nice place and has wonderful designs. This place was a motel many many years ago, it consists...More

Thank sanikoli
Reviewed 23 May 2018 via mobile

Worth the visit if you're wondering through the Medina. They have something interesting stuff. There are some english describtions, but some imagination is advised.

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Emma B
2 December 2016|
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Response from africanmatrix | Reviewed this property |
Hi Emma Friday mornng most (but not all) shops and restaurants within the Medina are closed - Muslim holy day. But in the afternoon many re-open. I didn't try to visit the museum on a Friday. If possible go on another day... More
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Taris95
24 November 2016|
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Response from rudabah2016 | Reviewed this property |
As far as I recall the big metal scales at the Nejjarine Musuem were used by merchants in earlier times. They have not been newly installed.
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