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Discovering the ethnographic museum of Chefchaouen

The Ethnographic Museum of Chefchaouen is a fascinating place located in the Kasbah.

The museum offers visitors an insight into the culture and history of the Chefchaouen region through a collection of ethnographic objects. You’ll find exhibits featuring traditional costumes, jewellery, musical instruments, ancient weapons, craft tools and other artefacts that reflect daily life and local traditions.

As you explore the museum, you’ll have the chance to discover the different facets of Berber, Arab and Andalusian culture that have influenced the region over the centuries. It’s a great way to learn more about the rich and diverse history of Chefchaouen and its people.

As well as its permanent exhibitions, the museum also organises cultural events and workshops for visitors interested in deepening their knowledge of local culture.

The museum is open daily from 9am to 6.30pm (local time).

Admission to the museum

Admission to the Chefchaouen Ethnographic Museum costs 6€ (60 Dhs) for foreign visitors, while it is 10 Dhs for Moroccan residents, or around 2€. Admission is free for children under 12. Tickets can be purchased on site.

How do I get to the museum?

The ethnographic museum is inside the Kasbah. Go to Place Uta El Hammam and turn towards the main door of the Kasbah.