Between museum

Discover the ancients heritage...
from/per person 34,00
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The choice of museums in Marrakech is wide, it varies between several contents that visitors of the city can choose according to their preferences, between a heritage and cultural content that offers the Marrakech Museum and the Dar Si Said Museum, or artistic represented by the Museum of the Photography which exhibits photos of Marrakech dating back to the 18th century.

Given the importance of gastronomy in Morocco and the richness of Moroccan cuisine, visitors of Marrakech can discover more about this art in the Museum of Culinary Art, they can even participate in the gastronomic workshops led by the museum staff. 
The same thing for the Perfume Museum, which offers perfume-making workshops using ancient oriental methods and using artisanal equipment that the museum exhibits in its galleries.

There is also the Water Museum, which exhibits ancestral technology used in irrigation systems since the middle ages... Even a fashion and elegance museum is present in Marrakech thanks to the Yves St Laurent Museum!

We propose you a ½ day tour including an official guide and 3 museums that you can choose according to your preferences.

- Workshops in the Perfume Museum and the Culinary Art Museum are not included with the access.
- If the Water Museum is among your choice, you have to reserve a vehicle during the visit to facilitate displacement.
- The guide's access to the Yves Saint Laurent Museum is not included.

All the services included in this product are mentioned below:

  • A guided tour of the Marrakech museums
  • Access to the 3 museums chosen at the booking time
  • Mineral water during the visit
  • The guide is included in the tour, choose the desired language in the booking bar
  • Workshops in the Perfume Museum and the Culinary Art Museum are not included with access

Below are the pricing tables of all the services proposed in this product:

Price per adults

1 Person
81,00 €
2 Persons
54,00 €
3 Persons
45,00 €
4 Persons
40,00 €
5 Persons
38,00 €
6 Persons
36,00 €
7 Persons and more
34,00 €

Children's conditions

Children free
Children free with "Shared tour"
Discount per child
Discount after 7 pers.

*They are not applied on children if they benefit from a reduced rate.
*They are not applied on accommodation.

"Shared Tour" option Table

1 Person
2 Persons
3 Persons
4 Persons
5 Persons
6 Persons
7 Persons and more

Children policy 45 Days

Guides rates

Guide EN0.00 €
Guide FR0.00 €
Guide ES0.00 €
Guide IT10.00 €
Guide GR20.00 €
Guide PO0.00 €

Vehicle rates

Transfer - Hyun. H1 or equiv. ( 6 p ) +40.00 €
Visit ½D - Hyun. H1 or equiv. ( 6 p ) +60.00 €
Transfer - Merce. Vito or equiv. ( 6 p ) +52.00 €
Visit ½D - Merce. Vito or equiv. ( 6 p ) +85.00 €
Transfer - Fiat Ducato or equiv. ( 14 p ) +65.00 €
Visit ½D - Fiat Ducato or equiv. ( 14 p ) +99.00 €
Transfer - Merce. Sprinter or equiv. ( 17 p ) +78.00 €
Visit ½D - Merce. Sprinter or equiv. ( 17 p ) +110.00 €

Below are the hotels included in each destination by category, in the case of unavailability of one of the hotels mentioned in the program, MY MARRAKECH TOURS undertakes to offer you hotels similar or superior to the chosen category.

Museum Dar Si Said

The Dar Si Said palace was built during the second half of the 19th century by the Minister of War Si Saïd B. Moussa. In 1930, under the French Protectorate, the palace was transformed into a museum of Indigenous Arts and also hosted workshops of craftsmen demonstrating their traditional techniques. Open every day except mondays from 10 am. to 6 pm. Derb El Bahia, Riad Zitoun Jdid, Medina

Museum of Marrakech

Houses a lot of heritage such as archaeological objects which consist mainly of Islamic coins. This collection reflects the main characteristics of Moroccan coinage from the first Islamic principalities (8th, 9th and 10th centuries) to the 20th century, striking workshops, forms… The ethnographic objects of the Museum of Marrakech include ceramics, pottery, jewelry, weapons, costumes, objects of Jewish worship, doors and various other objects. The museum also houses historical documents which consist of original engravings and calligraphy. Then the contemporary art collection brings together a large number of Moroccan pictorial works and some works by orientalist artists. Daily open from 9 am. to 12 am. and from 3 pm. to 6:30 pm. Place Ben Youssef, Medina

The house of photography

Private structure its first objective is shown the extraordinary diversity of Morocco, as seen by those, Anonymous or famous, who visit it from the beginnings of photography until the modern period: 1879-1960. An invitation to get to know Morocco better. Free access for children under 12 years old. Daily open from 9:30 am. to 7 pm. 46, Street Souk Ahal Fassi, kaat Ben Nahid, Medina

Museum of culinary art

Another beautifully renovated 19th century palace in the Mellah district of Marrakech is home to the history of iconic Moroccan dishes and their Arab, Berber and Jewish influences. From one room to another, you can discover the secrets of Moroccan cuisine that are revealed from mother to daughter, using an audio guide you will discover the recipes, spices, herbs, honey, tea, argan oil, … all these ingredients that give this very natural cuisine its subtle and fragrant side. Demonstrations punctuate the visit: baking tafarnout bread, the delicate way of rolling semolina for couscous, distilling orange blossom, making argan oil. Free access for children under 12 years old. Daily open from 9 am. to 6 pm. Street El Bahia, Medina

The perfume museum

Located in the heart of the medina, the perfume museum offers visitors the opportunity to discover the world of the art of perfume. From bottled distillation to perfume organ composition, the various rooms of the museum describe the different stages of transformation of the raw materials used in the composition of perfumes, cosmetics and body care and wellness products. Daily open from 9 am. to 5:30 pm. 2, Derb Chérif, Diour Saboun, Medina

The water museum

Located outside the medina of Marrakech towards the palm grove circuit, this museum is based on a 5 hectare site and consists of 2 parts, the building and the park project, which is a continuation of the museum and spread over 3 hectares and will be a model for revitalizing the palm grove. This museum is a project that is at once historical, scientific, cultural, educational and fun. The concept is innovative & contemporary as much by its architectural and museographic design as by the richness of its exhibitions. It is the first structure of its kind in the Arab world dedicated to Moroccan, Arab and Muslim hydraulic heritage. Free access for children under 5 years old. Daily open from 9 am. to 7 pm. Access to the Palmeraie circuit, Road de Casablanca

Museum Yves St Laurent

Yves St Laurent Museum: Close to the Majorelle Garden, acquired by Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé in 1980, the YVES SAINT LAURENT Marrakech museum is a building with a total area of about 4000 m²,It includes a permanent exhibition area of 400 m²,presenting the work of Yves Saint Laurent in an original scenography. The exhibition anchored in Marrakech, is a journey to the heart of his inspirations, it has more than a retrospective including the "essentials" of Yves Saint Laurent (the pea coat, the Mondrian dress, the tuxedo, the Saharan). Fifty dearest models to Yves Saint Laurent articulated around themes , such as the Black, Africa and Morocco, imaginary journeys, gardens, art and others... models rarely presented to the public. Open every day except wednesdays from 10 am. to 6 pm. Street Yves St Laurent, Gueliz

Below is the excursion itinerary or meeting place for tours and activities that do not include transfers.


  • # Medina
  • # Discovery
  • # Culture
  • # Histoire
  • # Riad

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We had a great time. We visited magnificent museums that show all the richness of Moroccan architectural know-how, a rich visit we learn a lot about the heritage and culture of Marrakech not to be missed.

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