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THE HISTORY OF THE MUSEUM
Dar Si Said Museum is one of the luxury traditional houses of Marrakesh, which was established in the nineteenth century by a Minister of War during the reign of Sultan Abdul Aziz “Saeed bin Musa”, brother of the then senior Sultan of the Sultan known as Ba Hammad. It opened in 1930 and is called the Museum of Moroccan Arts.
The exhibits of the Museum of Moroccan Arts
The artifacts hosted by the Dar El Si Said Museum consist of wooden and ceramic collections and traditional weapons, in addition to jewelry and textiles brought in from different regions, such as Souss and Tafilalt, such as the large and small atlas, and other than this.
Dar Si Said Building
After independence, the building of Dar Si Said was divided between the crafts section and the museum, which includes half of the palace
It consists of two floors, there are four rooms in the big riad and a small riad.
Architectural and engineering value of the Dar Si Said Museum
The Dar Si Said Museum remains a model architectural and engineering value that testifies to the glory of the original Moroccan architecture in all its details.
The location of the Museum of Moroccan Arts
Dar Si Said is located in the old Medina of Marrakech Derb Bahia. Visitors can go to the museum from Jamaa el Fna square direction or from Riad Zitoun Jedid side.
There are many directions to get to the Museum, so wherever he is in these places he will find it much closer.
Dar Si Said has located in 8 rue de la Bahia in Marrakech, about
|from Dar Si Said to||Distance|
|el Bahia Palace||250m|
|El Badi Palace||580m|
|Jamae El Fna Square||600m|
Wherever you are and anywhere in the world, use the Marrakesh City Guide application, in which you will find a page for Menara Gardens.
Click on the interactive map button at the bottom of the phone, which will guide you directly to the location by using the air navigation technology of Google Maps GPS.
An overview of the most frequently asked questions about visiting Dar Si Said.
The museum is open daily, except on Tuesdays, from 10 am to 6 pm, while respecting the established hygienic procedures.
The Dar Si Said Museum is close to the famous Jamaâ El Fna Square, which most public transport reaches. Use the Marrakech City Guide application, you will find a special listing of the Dar Si Said Museum, click on the GPS button at the bottom that will guide you to the end of the museum’s door without the hassle of asking people about his whereabouts.
For inquiries or to request guided tours, please call 05 24 389 564 to schedule an appointment
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|Monday||10:00 – 18:00|
|Wednesday||10:00 – 18:00|
|Thursday||10:00 – 18:00|
|Friday||10:00 – 18:00|
|Satursday||10:00 – 18:00|
|Sunday||10:00 – 18:00|
|Children + 12 years old||10 Dhs|
|Children – 12 years old||5 Dhs|
|Citizens and foreign residents in Morocco||Free|
|Students when requesting their student card||Free|
LOCATION / CONTACTS
|Adress:||8 Rue de la Bahia, Marrakech 40000|