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Dar El Bacha - Musee des Confluences

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Dar El Bacha - Musee des Confluences

303 Reviews
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65, 69 Riad Laarous, route Dar El Bacha, Marrakech 40000 Morocco
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Mohamed Elmanjra wrote a review Nov 2020
Barcelona, Spain7 contributions
I enjoyed it so much. Staff highly professional. Decor and setting very nice. For coffee lovers, the place to be in. Will definitely come back. Best time is breakfast or mid-afternoon.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Adnane M wrote a review Oct 2020
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I like the museum on my last visit, you walk and take pictures freely inside without anyone following you, which I like, overall it is a good experience with a lot to see and discover about this place.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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咔米 王 wrote a review Sep 2020
Marrakech, Morocco24 contributions
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I loved the place so much especially the cafe inside (Dar El Bacha) The staff are very accommodating, It’s true that they are coffee master! Haha Since this is our first time to visit they introduce some of their coffees and let us smell.. Every spot of the cafe and museum is worth to see because of the moorish architecture. 🤩🤩🤩
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Date of experience: September 2020
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AlexSwallow wrote a review Sep 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom1,350 contributions3,186 helpful votes
First we took a friend to the cafe for a birthday lunch. It wasn't cheap but the quality was very good. The coffee selection is extraordinary- I'm a coffee fan and this is the most choice I've ever had in my life. Plus the beautiful coffeepots were extraordinary. There was actually a powercut while we were there but it didn't last that long and the staff coped well. The museum is set in a very interesting building with a lovely courtyard. Some of the exhibits were of great interest to me, some much less so, but the architecture meant that regardless the whole experience was a special one.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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taarna_hendrix wrote a review Jun 2020
Chelmsford, United Kingdom111 contributions36 helpful votes
I found this place by accident as it is not in the guide books. Many of the permanent exhibits at Dar El Bacha, like African masks and Etruscan figures, belonged to an American philanthropist Patti Birch who donated her collection to the museum. I am mentioning her as it is really difficult to find a connection to her online. The only reason I remember her is because I read her name on the plaques. Even if you are not interested in the museum (not many exhibits, they can easily be done in 40 mins) I would still say go for it! It is a beautiful riad, it is bit cheaper than the rest of the places in Marrakech (60MAD per person) and a lot quieter as not many tourists know about it. We were there in February and there was maybe another 5 people visiting at that time Another big plus in my opinion is the coffee house with a possibility to try coffees from all over the world. The entrance is from the courtyard so you will have to buy a museum ticket to go and enjoy some of the best coffee we ever tried. Most of them are 40MAD, but for some specific, famous beans like the Jamaican Blue Mountain you will have to cash out more (like 200 MAD).
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Date of experience: February 2020
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