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Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts

Pl. Nejjarine, Fes, Morocco
+212 531-412616
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Pl. Nejjarine, Fes, Morocco
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Pl. Nejjarine, Fes, Morocco
+212 531-412616
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It displays wooden artifacts of Morrocon culture. The fees is 20dhirams per person but there is no guided tours here. You can go up to the third floor and view down. Photography is allowed only on the ground floor though. It's beautiful.

Thank Trishna N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very impressive place to see if you are in Fes. It took me a bit longer to find it. But it is worth the effort

Thank Sabrina D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nejjarine square, or square of the carpenters, is one of arhitectually best preserved squares in the old city. It has a funduq/caravanserai, a fountain square, and a carpenter`s mall. Nejjarine funduq was built in 1711 by Amin Adiyil and it provided lodging and storage space...More

3  Thank NikolaCelic
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You can see the same items in 100's of places all over the world. We didn't find the displays particularly informative or unique, just a bunch of old tools mainly. I would not recommend going here

Thank Zarilla
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum is on a beautiful square with an old fondouk dedicated to carpentry which is still used to this day. The building is lovingly restored and the woodwork is just stunning. The museum has displays of the various traditional objects which have been produced...More

Thank doofvfood
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful building with interesting exhibition. A good break from the hussle and bustle of the souk! Take time to enjoy a mint tea on terrasse and enjoy the view

Thank sash2018
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There are many different artifacts which are interesting to see but really the woodcarving of the building itself makes this a must see destination. If you are using a local guide, he will probably take you here automatically. An example of the level of artistry...More

Thank Tarin W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Can pay a visit if have some time to spare! No photography allowed but no one is there to ensure the rule! Exhibit items are placed in small rooms! One need less than an hour to cover it!

Thank Puha P
Reviewed 12 December 2017 via mobile

So pretty to look at! Definitely visit for an hour or so. Take the main roads and it should lead you to this place - entrance is from a square.

Thank Joseph Z
Reviewed 11 December 2017

This museum is a must see... showing examples of the rich tradition of the Najar ( carpenter) of Fez. Wonderful cedar wood and a great view from the terrace.

Thank Sonhild G
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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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