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Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts

Pl. Nejjarine, Fes 30030, Morocco
+212 531-412616
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Pl. Nejjarine, Fes 30030, Morocco
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+212 531-412616
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"beautiful building"
in 29 reviews
"musical instruments"
in 21 reviews
"worth a visit"
in 22 reviews
"rooftop cafe"
in 8 reviews
"worth the entrance fee"
in 4 reviews
"nice roof terrace"
in 4 reviews
"inner courtyard"
in 4 reviews
"on display"
in 14 reviews
"interesting exhibits"
in 7 reviews
"nice collection"
in 4 reviews
"mint tea"
in 16 reviews
"take photos"
in 5 reviews
"old city"
in 4 reviews
"restored"
in 55 reviews
"french"
in 31 reviews
"caravanserai"
in 11 reviews
"objects"
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Reviewed 2 days ago

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
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Reviewed 3 days ago 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.

Thank Freek B
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Nejjarjne Museum of Wood is both a spectacular building to see as well as a wonderful historical exhibition. It has three floors of exhibits on types of wood used in historic Moroccan woodworking as well as different examples of their historic use, including tools,...More

Thank Patrick H
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This small museum is worth a short visit. It was disappointing that we could not take photos inside but if you venture up on the roof terrace (3rd or 4th floor up stairs) you are greeted with a wonderful view over the medina and to...More

Thank J0anned568
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very attractive building and some very interesting exhibits. Would have skipped this if I had not been on a tour, but it was well worthwhile. Definitely recommended if you are in the area, but probably not worth a special trip.

Thank CactusRose
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was one of the highlights of our short visit to lovely Fes. The old builing has been beautifully restored. You follow a simple, one-way route through a series of room. Each houses wooden artefact relating to a different topic... musical instruments, agriculture, religion, toys,...More

Thank Gooner_Delboy
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A very interesting place to visit. Well worth a visit. Stunning works of wooden arts. A lovely location for a wander around.

Thank gelvisblue
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Reviewed 14 April 2018 via mobile

I’ve visited many museums in Morocco and this beats some tough completion to be at the top of my list. The building is magnificent and the views from the roof terrace are worth the visit alone. The staff are friendly, helpful and in many cases...More

Thank HertfordEm74
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Reviewed 12 April 2018 via mobile

This museum consists of three floors with interesting and well-organized exhibits of different ways that wood has been crafted in Morocco. Entrance costs 20 Dirham per person. Exhibits are described in multiple languages including English. It’s a worthwhile 45 minute break from the medina craziness.

Thank alaskantravelnut
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

This a quiet and beautiful building in the heart of the Medina. It's not about merchandise but about the skills of the artisans who have worked with wood, metal, clay and jewellery for centuries. It also shows clearly what a caravanserie was like, when people...More

Thank angelasmith1888
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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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