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The museum is not free, as mentioned by another reviewer, but currently charges a 10 dirham entrance fee. It is currently closed on Sundays, but the opening times are not listed outside the building.
I disliked being escorted from room to room by a wheezing...More
This is a small local museum with some good material from Lixus. But for reasons beyond me, photographs are banned in this museum, unlike all other museums in Morocco, including the National Museum in Rabat, Come on, get your act together and get rid of...More
A brief walk from the old city towards to the Palace one will find the museum with an entrance fee of about DHS10 per adult. Most interesting to me was the almost intact and large size Roman era mosaic in one of the exhibits ....More
This museum has a really good potential, the exibition is short but really interesting. What is awful is how it is conserved. The labels of the exibited pieces are broken, dirty and even some add an interrogation mark (?) after the dates. The price is...More
Ok so this is not the V and A but for a pound its worth a look. Has some pretty stunning Roman mosaics and pottery mainly from Lixor. Pleasant shady outdoor space. Cant take photots so if you into recording stuff ie for me pottery...More
A great many of the pieces on display in the archaeological museum come from Lixus, a city founded by the Phoenicians. The museum's walls and surrounding garden also contain mosaics, vases and everyday objects that are vestiges of what later became a Roman city
It's a very nice museum, with lovely grounds showcasing the main sites of Northern Morocco. Tamuda is near by, so after being inspired by this museum we took a taxi there to walk around the ancient trading town that brought freight from the river. Moreover...More