Like other comments this review is of the ecomusee Berbere de l'ourika. We stopped here on our way to see the waterfalls further up the valley. And had a very interesting and excellent stop at this small museum. It's a restored traditional family home with the guide giving many insights into the traditions and lifestyle of the Berber people. Berber... 更多
A nice small museum with emphasis on traditional Berber crafts and costumes. Housed within the Jardin Majorelle, a lush oasis filled with plants not native to Morocco. Separate admission is, I think, possible for those who are already familiar with cactus and bamboo.
It seems that there is a confusion between 2 museums here on Tripadvisor, the Musée Berbère in Jardins Majorelle, and the ECOMUS'EE BERBERE in the small village og Tafza in the Ourika Valley. I am talking about the second one, in the Ourika Valley, 35 km from Marrakech. It is a must on the way to Ourika, probably the worthiest... 更多
Very impressive collection of Berber objects originating from diverse regions of Morocco, from the Rif to the Sahara. 4 rooms: the Berbers, traditional skills (craftwork, daily objects, ceremonies), jewels (exclusive objects from different regions), and finery (costumes and weaving, arms, doors, carpets, musical instruments). We loved the jewels and clothes.
I visited this museum on 5th July 2016 and was shown around by Salah. This was a great lesson on the Berber Culture. Salah was so informative and knowledgeable. He has a great personality and made this tour fun and very interesting. I would definitely recommend a visit, this museum is a true treasure!
The Berber Museum within the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech is a fascinating and beautifully set out exploration of the Berber culture. The artefacts, art, traditional dress and innovative design of the collection are all first class.
In village you can see how they pure oil,there way of l,living,school,every thing is organic,Spice factory,Carpet made by hand is wonderful and colourful
This may be the easiest place to see such a wide variety of clothing and jewelry from the Berbers. Fantastic quality of what they have on display. I was disappointed you are not allowed to take photos, but they do sell photos and books in the gift shop if you need a reminder about what you've seen. The museum is... 更多
Lovely gardens, with some spectacular plants. Museum is interesting, but limited, particularly if you don't speech French. Compare to the entrance fee charged for some truly amazing Marrakech sights, the fee is unreasonably high.