Jardin Majorelle, Marrakesh

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About Jardin Majorelle, Marrakesh

Jardin Majorelle, Marrakesh - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Av. Yacoub el Mansour, main entrance on side street Guéliz, Marrakesh.

Phone: 0524-301852

Ticket Price: 30 MAD

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 06:30 pm Details

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Like an oasis is to a dessert, this garden is a big relief in middle of the rhythmic chaos of Marrakesh. It took Jacques Majorelle 40 years to create this passionate symbol of love and symbiotic co-existence. And oh what a marvelous job he did! Adopted by the uber glamorous Yves Saint Laurent who gave it a fresh lease of life and converted it into a crowd-pulling, awe-inspiring abode of love.

A number of birds dance hypnotically around the rare trees and shrubs of Jardin Majorelle. Fountains laugh gloriously and the multicolored bougainvillea enchants the wearied soul. Bamboo thickets give this garden lovely shades of green and the lush flora whisper tales of legendary lovers.

One can head to the Berber museum which is a part of this 2-acre haven, designed by Paul Sinoir, to witness the personal collection of paintings and artifacts of Pierre Berge and Yves Saint Laurent.

Since it’s a popular sight in Marrakech, it often gets crowded by enthralled tourists but even the crowds don’t take away from the tranquility of this heaven on earth.

Jardin Majorelle Information

  • No Picnics are allowed in the garden.
  • Both the garden and museum are wheel chair accessible.

Jardin Majorelle Ticket Prices

  • Admission fee for garden is 15 dh for children.
  • For Museum it is 15 dh for adults and 10 dh for children.

Jardin Majorelle Opening and Closing Hours

  • Ramadan Month- 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

How To reach Jardin Majorelle by Public Transport

  • Take the bus line no.1 towards Gueliz to reach Jardin Majorelle.
  • The city sightseeing buses also stop here. You can also hire a taxi or a caleche.

Restaurants Near Jardin Majorelle

  • The cafe Bousafsaf is located inside the garden and offers beverages and light snacks.

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  • Amazing place to visit!! The garden is incredible and attention has been paid down to the last detail!! Everything is clean and we'll taken care of!! You can also enjoy a cup of coffee/tea in the cafe that is situated in the same property. An incredible exhibition with Berberic clothes and items is also housed in the garden but you have to pay an extra ticket to visit it. But it is so worth it!!

  • Amazing garden of Yves Saint Laurent. There was a big line waiting in front of the entrance but we got cooled down with some water from diffusers. The small Cafe is nice, has good food and way to small for the amount of people who want to drink or eat something. Unfortunately the YSL Museum is closed on Wednesday, keep that in mind. It was a nice walk around, seeing a very special Garden

  • Jardin Majorelle is a garden with very beautiful bright colours and attention to details. It’s perfect for taking photos on a sunny day. The Berber Museum is a nice add to this garden to introduce people to the Berber tribe’s culture and way of living. There’s also a cafe inside to enjoy some tea or pastries but it’s pricey. The only downside of this garden is that it’s expensive for a small garden and that you have to pay for every museum inside.

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  • Really interesting oasis of peace and tranquility. There are some great historical exhibits mapping out Morocco's past. The gardens are stunning and well maintained. Sadly we went on a changeable day weather wise but in the sunshine is where it really comes into its own.

  • A beautiful garden, peaceful and serene. An unexpected gem in the middle of Marrakech's new city. More expensive than other tourist attractions but there are helpful staff everywhere and the Berber museum is a bargain add-on.

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