Kasbah Museum of Tangier
Situated at the heart of the citadel, the Musée de la Kasbah de Tangier has existed since 1920. It is housed in the governor’s palace, Dar el-Makhzen, which was rebuilt in the 18th century on the ruins of an ancient fortress. An archaeological museum containing vestiges of pre-Islamic and pre-historical Morocco, from the Stone Age to Roman times.
The Museum of Moroccan Arts, in which some very rich ethnographic collections are brought together: carpets from Rabat, pottery and ceramics from Fez, musical instruments, weapons and jewellery. The treasury, the Bit el-Mal pavilion, and the Andalusian garden abundantly planted with trees and fragrant beds.