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Bardo Museum

Le Bardo, Tunis 2079, Tunisia
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Spectacular Roman mosaics are the high point of this museum.
  • Excellent68%
  • Very good25%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“roman mosaics” (52 reviews)
“old palace” (12 reviews)
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Le Bardo, Tunis 2079, Tunisia
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A must visit if you are in Tunis, marvelous mosaics and Punics, Romans sculpures and objects. The palace is stunning, the staff very friendly

Thank Suzysecret
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very interesting museum, a bit disorganized and old, with some new parts, but big and with many interesting things to see. It helps you to understand the history of the country.

1  Thank evangelia1992
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

I had very little time and knew exactly what I wanted to see but of course all the sections I wanted were closed, including the whole of the second floor. A shame they don't only charge half price for seeing only half the exhibits!

1  Thank BaghdadSuzanne
Reviewed 30 October 2017

this museum does seem to have the best collection of Roman mosaics. Besides the mosaics, there are sculptures and a display of traditional furnishings. The museum is a nice size .

Thank Faisal A
Reviewed 23 October 2017 via mobile

Wow. Having traversed most of the Mediterranean by this point, I've seen a lot of ruins: Roman, Hellenistic, Phoenician even. And one can expect many attempts at preservation or semi-preservation depending on the country. The Bardo manages to imbue a sense of wonder and awe...More

2  Thank ItsAKumquat
Reviewed 16 October 2017

It took a 25 minute taxi ride from Tunis to reach Bardo, and I loved every minute of it. Great place to spend anything between half an hour and half a day depending on how much of a history geek you are. The place is...More

Thank SuzeeoutoftheCity201
Reviewed 15 October 2017

Spectacular mosaics, very well designed exposition. Prepare for half a day of exploring, have coffee and something to eat prior to the visit as there is no coffee place on the premises. Definitely worth the visit, but one needs to hop on the taxi to...More

1  Thank ewa2000
Reviewed 7 October 2017

Wonderful collection of mosaics, increased security. Plaque with tribute to people killed in the terrorist attact in 2015, sad reminder.

Thank gumper89
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

Really very impressive collection of Punic, Greek and Roman artifacts. Some of the mosaics are truly massive. It's a little hard to imagine them in their original context. And there's not a lot of explanation about that. But nearly everything is labeled in Arabic, French...More

1  Thank Graham C
Reviewed 21 September 2017

Towards the end of our stay in Tunisia, we went to the Bardo Museum. Some people many remember it as the place where, on 18 March 2015, 21 people, mostly European tourists, were killed in a terrorist shooting. Around 50 others were injured. When we...More

1  Thank Stephen98C
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Response from Bardangas | Reviewed this property |
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Response from Pakomon | Reviewed this property |
A march will be organised Sunday 29/03 starting from the center of Tunis to go the Bardo, and a memorial will be installed there with the names of the victims at that moment. Afterward the museum will be open normally... More
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