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This museum shows how soap is made, painstakingly shaped, the patterns or insignia of each family and how soap is perfumed. The museum itself is clean (wonderful bathrooms with really good soap), cool, and we enjoyed our half hour tour. We probably enjoyed shopping in...More
Small museum in the old city of Sidon that shows the many stages of soap manufacturing and the processes used to shape and dry handmade soap. The museum is housed in the souks in beautiful stone vaults that have been rehabilitated. It blends well with...More
This is a great museum for some 1h visit. The guided visit is good, the artifacts are well-preserved and well described, the method of producing soap is itself very interesting. Don't forget to pass by the soap shop to choose from the dozens of local...More
Was very much looking forward to visiting this museum. Building beautifully renovated.
Sadly guide rushed us through in about 10-15 mins giving only basic points. Had to ask for brochure at end to read full history. Entrance fee very over priced for so little.Would not...More
Very well renovated , and very interesting
A must to do if you are in (Sidon) Saida.
it traces the history of soap making in the region.
They have a coffee shop, where you can have a delicious Lemonade.
Set in a beautifully restored building and very sympathetically and stylishly designed, this place is definitely worth a look. Historical and modern at the same time, it still produces soaps (and other items) which can be purchased at the lovely little boutique store across the...More