We were allowed into the building for a very small amount but the entire building is under renovation. All the floors are covered with tarps but you can see the fascinating architecture. I will be wonderful when complete.
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The architecture is lovely, the guide full of interests g facts and stories, and the empty space is simple and evocative. Go.
the place is good, and old building but no thing to see, i think that they need to make it work, some water and foam and let us try Hamam.
Stone Town is a UNESCO site. It has a colorful, being part of ancient trading routes but also a dark history being the center of the East African slave trade. Oman was in control of this area and the Hamamni Persian Baths reflect this part...More
For 5000TZS you get an actual tour with explanations and a trip to the roof to see the view. The baths aren't in the greatest condition which is a shame, but it's worth a visit to feel a) the vibe of the past and b)...More
3 euros to enter and then read up as you visit the 5 or so chambers. Averagely interesting but not a must if you are short of time.
clean and nice to see. pop-in for a couple of minutes on your stone town city tour, beautiful and interesting to see how they lived back then
Whilst having fun exploring the maze of stone town these baths are an interesting stop. They are in well preserved and larger than they first appear, still it won't take too long to have a look around. It is worth accepting the offer of a...More
This is an interesting site but poorly explained. Built by the same architect as the great baths in Istanbul. Sadly there are no working baths on Zanzibar any more.