During your stay in Fez, plan a few visits to cultural places. Consider, for example, the visit to the Nejjarine Museum, dedicated to the arts and crafts of wood. Find out more about this magnificent museum and consider renting a car in Fez to get there easily.
The city of Fez is enormously rich in historical places and cultural sites. At the heart of this imperial city, we remember, in particular, the Nejjarine Museum – specialized in the arts and crafts of wood. This is a private museum, housed in a charming building.
An old trading place:
Although the museum opened its doors in 1998, the building is a historical monument. This is the Fondouk Nejjarine, a former trading place built in 1711, under the orders of Sultan Moulay Ismail. The building is at present a UNESCO World Heritage Site and houses the famous Nejjarine Museum.
The Nejjarine Museum, therefore, exhibits many wooden objects of the daily life of Moroccans (past and present): musical instruments, weapons, kitchen utensils... The museum additionally has a tearoom, installed on the terrace, where you can admire a splendid panoramic view of Fez. The Nejjarine Museum is open every day from 10 am to 5.30 pm. And it takes 20 Dhs per person.
The little advice Thrifty Morocco: rent a cheap car to go to the Nejjarine Museum in Fez.
The Nejjarine Museum is a private museum, dedicated to the arts and crafts of wood. Located in the heart of Fez, this museum is open every day from 10 am to 5.30 pm. One entrance costs 20 Dhs per person. And it is more enjoyable to rent a car in Fez to get there easily.
Access map: Nejjarine Museum, in Fez
Getting there: Car rental Fez or Car rental Fez airport (car rental agencies Thrifty Maroc Fez).