Maison TiskiwinCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Street 8 Rue de la Bahia, Marrakesh, Morocco
- Timings: 09:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 212-524389192
- Ticket Price: 20 MAD
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museums
The museum houses the collection of anthropologist Bert Flint which are collectibles from his travels around the world. It is built around a beautiful courtyard in a traditional Moroccan house which itself is quite fascinating to experience. Worth noting in the museum are the brilliantly carved doors ,leather articles and ceramic articrafts. The permanent exhibition at the museum is dedicated towards promoting the amazigh culture. The museum also provides an english guide book that is quite helpful for non-french speaking people.
- Entrance fee for children is 10 dh.
- Take the bus no 1 that goes to the La Bahia Palace.
- Earth Café
- Un dejeuner a Marrakech
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64.79% of people who visit Marrakesh include Maison Tiskiwin in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
76.47% of people start their Maison Tiskiwin visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Maison Tiskiwin
58% of people prefer walking in order to reach Maison Tiskiwin
Beautiful artifacts in poorly organized, poorly maintained old riad. Worth the visit if you're interested in Berber artifacts
Absolutely outstanding! Wow!
The address on Google Trips/Maps is correct, the name of the museum is "Musee Tiskiwin" and not "Musee Bert Flint". Maybe that's the old name, but we had a difficult time finding the small museum under that name. It was only 20 dirham to get in and it's beautiful. Even it you're not interested in their clothing/jewelery/local cultural items, just go for the photo opportunities!! The courtyard is stunning.
Great place to learn about the real Saharan routes of yore! And see authentic beads of the tribes (so that you can compare them to the tourist beads at the Medina)!
Looked closed, but we knocked on the door and they let us in. Interesting collection of artifacts from Morocco and West Africa. Curious, rambling building. Beautiful central courtyard.