Eye opening experience highlighting the deep and revered relationship of the King and the Jewish People.
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Very educational with many unique artifacts. It exhibited amazing artifacts showing the Jewish history in Morocco. Good for anyone and do not have be religious to benefit from visiting it. Not close to center center but close to the train station.
Although located further out from the city center, the Museum of Moroccan Judaism is one place you should visit for its educational value. At the time of my visit there was an exposition "Exils" which featured works of invited artists with the theme focusing on...More
The museum is very well done. We learned a lot about how Morocco lives, and has always lived, in peace between it's religions and ethnic groups. Be aware that most of the signage is only in French, not English, but we did not find that...More
This being the only Jewish museum in the Arab world it is fascinating and tells a story not often or readily available. Though small it is well worth visiting to see and understand how these cultures worked and meshed together.
I had the pleasure of having a personal tour of this place with four other colleagues. Never knew the history of Jewish people in Morocco until my visit.
This is an interesting but small museum about Moroccan Jewish culture. We arrived after closing as the website said it was open until 6 but it was actually 5. FYI- they also raised the price to 50 dirham (negligible but important to know). The owner...More
We were taken to this museum by a dear Moroccan Muslim friend who had told us that he had visited the museum in anticipation of us coming to visit him. We were thrilled with the many things that were taken from synagogues around Morocco that...More