The Museum of Moroccan Judaism (Arabic: متحف اليهودية المغربية, Hebrew: מוזיאון יהדות מרוקו) is a museum of Jewish life in Morocco in Casablanca, Morocco.
Established in 1997, it is the only museum devoted to Judaism in the Arab world. The museum, whose building originated in 1948 as a Jewish orphanage that housed up to 160 Jewish youth, was opened by King Mohammed VI of Morocco on December 20, 2016.
Steve Erwin | Mar 28, 2018
Not incredibly compelling, as Jewish Museums go, but there's a lot of competition and none of it is on this continent. So go! The tram ride and 20 minute walk to an interesting upper-middle-class neighborhood added to the day significantly.
Rebecca Peterson | Jan 30, 2018
Great museum for Jewish history in Morocco. Learned so much about Moroccan culture that I thought originally was "Arab" and now realize that it really is Jewish heritage.
N'gnimbien Erwin | Dec 23, 2017
Loved it's uniqueness in the Muslim world Although it needs some few things like a tour guide and some immersive products I loved going through a century of Jewish history in Morocco
abdellatif Bougoula | Jan 16, 2018
it is a moroccan museum dedicated to the jewish culture .
Vijay Kotari | Dec 12, 2017
Small and thoughtfully maintained collection of old Moroccan Jewish objects.
Asma AlJaghbeer | Apr 6, 2018
Good information, but no much information in English, it is mostly French
Brian Mayer | May 27, 2018
This museum is a hidden gem! No fancy technology, no bells and whistles, but well worth the visit if you appreciate Jewish history and synagogue life.
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