Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Ville Nouvelle

Musée Yves Saint Laurent

This captivating museum showcases finely selected collections of haute couture clothing and accessories that span 40 years of creative work by legendary fashion designer Yves St Laurent. The aesthetically warped and…
Top Choice Museum in Central Souqs

Musée de Marrakech

The Musée de Marrakech exhibits a collection of Moroccan art forms within the decadent salons of the Mnebhi Palace. The central internal courtyard, with its riot of cedar archways, stained-glass windows, intricate p…
Top Choice Museum in Central Souqs

Maison de la Photographie

When Parisian Patrick Menac’h and Marrakshi Hamid Mergani realised they were both collecting vintage Moroccan photography, they decided to open a photography museum to show their collections in context. Together the…
Top Choice Museum in Ville Nouvelle

Musée Berbère

Morocco's most beautifully curated museum, the Musée Berbère highlights the artistry and culture of the country's Amazigh peoples. Exhibits here include metal and woodwork, religious trappings and textiles, but the …
Top Choice Museum in Riads Zitoun & Kasbah

Dar Si Said

A monument to Moroccan mâalems (master artisans), the residence of Bou Ahmed's brother Si Said is home to the Museum of Moroccan Arts. On display is a collection of granary doors, Tuareg leather bags, ceramics, embr…
Museum in Mouassine & Bab Doukkala

Musée de Mouassine

While house-hunting in the medina, Patrick Menac'h stumbled across a historic treasure of great cultural significance. Beneath the layers of white plaster of a modest riad's 1st-floor douiria (guest apartment) was a…
Gallery in Central Souqs

Dar Bellarj

Flights of fancy come with the territory at Dar Bellarj, a stork hospital (bellarj is Arabic for stork) turned into Marrakesh’s premier arts centre. Each year the nonprofit Dar Bellarj Foundation adopts a program th…
Museum in Mouassine & Bab Doukkala

Le Jardin Secret

Take a souq time-out to enjoy a traditional medina garden revived for the 21st century. This historic riad was once owned by powerful caid (local chief) U-Bihi, who was poisoned by Mohammed IV. The palatial grounds …
Museum in Riads Zitoun & Kasbah

Maison Tiskiwin

Travel to Timbuktu and back again via Dutch anthropologist Bert Flint’s art collection, displayed at Maison Tiskiwin. Each room represents a caravan stop along the Sahara-to-Marrakesh route, presenting indigenous cr…
Museum in Central Souqs

Musée Boucharouite

Berber boucharouites (rag rugs made from recycled cloth) may be a poor cousin to the famous jewel-toned Moroccan carpets, but this beautifully collated gallery housed in an 18th-century riad displays the artistry of…