Most of the medina is navigable only on foot, and you may opt to engage one of the official city guides to steer you through the maze. Most of the medina's monuments charge an entry fee of 10 DH to 50 DH and have permanent but unsalaried on-site guides; if you use one, tip him about 30 DH to 50 DH.

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  • 1. Majorelle Garden

    Guéliz | Garden

    The Jardin Majorelle was created by the French painter Louis Majorelle, who lived in Marrakesh between 1922 and 1962. It then passed into the...Read More

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  • 2. Museum of the Palmery

    Palmery | Garden

    Signposted on the Route de Fes as you head out to the Palmery, this cultural oasis is well worth a detour for an hour or two–-it's an art gallery...Read More

  • 3. Dar Cherifa

    Medina | Historic Home

    Wind down at Dar Cherifa, an airy 16th-century riad turned café turned library turned art gallery. It puts on the occasional cultural evening...Read More

  • 4. Dar Si Saïd

    Medina | Museum/Gallery

    This 19th-century palace is now a museum with an excellent collection of antique Moroccan crafts including pottery from Safi and Tamegroute...Read More

  • 5. Heritage Museum

    Medina | Museum/Gallery

    This family-owned and operated museum displays an impressive collection of ancient pottery, Islamic manuscripts, Jewish ceremonial items, tribal...Read More

  • 6. Maison de la Photographie

    Medina | Museum/Gallery

    This restored riad, in the heart of the medina, houses a rare collection of original black-and-white photos and glass negatives that depict...Read More

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  • 7. Musée de Marrakech

    Medina | Museum/Gallery

    The main reason to come to this small, privately owned museum next door to the Ali ben Youssef Medersa is not the exhibitions of regional pottery...Read More

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  • 8. Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech

    Guéliz | Museum/Gallery

    Opened in late 2017, the Yves Saint Laurent Museum is next to the Jardin Majorelle and the Villa Oasis where the designer lived. It houses a...Read More

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