Musée des Arts et Traditions Populaires

Museum in Le Kef
Lauren Keith / Lonely Planet

The road that flanks the kasbah leads to this well-laid-out museum, housed in a sprawling, beautifully ornate Sufi complex founded in 1784. The museum concentrates on the culture of the region's Berber nomads, and exhibits include traditional clothing, Berber tents and farming tools, but the nominal entry fee is worth it for the architecture alone.