The Kasbah Museum

The Kasbah Museum is located in the Kasbah district of Tangier. It aims to introduce the civilizations that followed the city of Tangier any surrounding. The exhibition consists of three sections organized according to the architectural design of the palace. It gives a picture of the historical role played by Tangier in linking Africa and Europe benefiting from its geographical location, which enabled it to be a meeting ground and exchange in the Mediterranean . The museum is located on the Beit al-Mal(Treasury) hall, topped by a dome of engraved wood. A wooden locker inlaid with iron was reserved for the preservation of funds, and an internal hall that allows the visitor to discover a presentation of the region's archaeological map and the pictures of some models of painted porcelain and statues made with arches that were active in the ceramic industry. The third hall was dedicated to the Roman period and includes exquisite works, including marble sculptures, one of which is the scene of the feast and another for a monument. The museum also contains sculptures, pottery vessels, ivory and a distinctive collection of glass bottles. The museum also has a large hall with a dome that forms an exquisite model of Moroccan art. It has wooden ceilings with various decorations, walls covered with plaster and tiles decorated with geometric shapes. The fifth and sixth rooms are dedicated to displaying Islamic artifacts from ceramic vessels, coins, funerary monuments and cedar wood.

What you need to know:

   All Family
   Kids: 10 DH
   Adults: 20 DH
   Groups: 20 DH
Time Operation
   Monday -  Sunday       10:00 AM -  6:00 PM
Time to be spent : 1 Hour(s)
Transportation and Direction:
   Small Taxi
Restroom : Available on site
Parking : Available near location
Food : Available near location


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