the museum is limited to its pieces, in spite of its long history from Roman times till today. Worth and hour or two discovering somethings not common to other museums
It's mostly a hidden museum, for archelogy and roman ancient ruins lovers, offers a good idea about the general history of the kingdom.
I found online that the museum opened from 10a.m. to 6p.m.. But it was closed when we got there before 5p.m.. It was really disappointing.
Unfortunately this museum was partly closed because of reconstructioon works, but even the remaining part was worth visiting. The interesting collection gives you in a nutshell the oldest history of Morocco, dating from early stone age. But also it gives a history lover like me interesting tips which sites to visit on my next trip.
In a country with such a wealth of archaeological sites this comes as a huge disappointment, it seems as if no update has been made since the time of the French Protectorate... There are a few good pieces but poorly presented, half of the rooms were closed when I visited, I was quite disappointed. It still is worth a glimpse... 更多
The objects are worth seeing although they are poorly displayed and interpreted for a 21st century museum. The bronzes were on loan to USA but still enjoyed the rest. It's a very small entrance fee and would be hard to charge more for current interpretation. But I hope the USA loan yields some income so they can improve their presentation.... 更多
As an archaeologist, I have rarely seen an archaeology museum that I didn't like. The National Archaeology Museum in Rabat comes very close to breaking that rule. The museum is small and consists entirely of vitrines of sparse artifacts pinned on the walls with the most basic label copy. There are a small handful of nice pieces, but the majority... 更多
A very small museum with some fantastic artifacts, but much of it is on loan and the bronzes were being restored when I visited so were off limits. Still, for only $1 it's worth checking out.
It is a small museum but the displays are very good (labels are in French and Arabic). Some of the artefacts were recovered from the Roman-Period site of Volubilis, and I spent an interesting and very worthwhile hour here the day before visiting the site.