The Bahia Palace (Arabic: قصر الباهية, Berber languages: ⵜⴰⴳⴰⴷⵉⵔⵜ ⵏ Иⴱⴰⵀⵢⴰ) is a late 19th-century palace in Marrakesh, Morocco.
|Monday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
MUST VISIT in Marrakech. The place is huge - larger than your expectation. Takes couple of hours to finish the whole visit. Would recommend to get a tour guide - great way to learn the history and culture of Morocco
Its a nice palace with nice gardens, just 10 dirham entry well worth it. Some nice wood, paint and stucco work. Good to wander about for an hour or 2
I came here after the Badii palace to see where they took all the decorations! This palace is extremely intricate and makes for some great pictures. Expect to be here 1-2 hours. Come near opening or closing to avoid crowds if you're looking to get good pictures a bit easier. It is still possible to get good pictures while crowded because there is so much space to spread out.
One of the better attractions in Marrakech. We loved how peaceful it was. The architecture is stunning and we ended up spending a few hours there. Definitely a must-do in Marrakech. The palace is stroller-friendly, you might have to go down a couple of steps but we did it with our twin stroller without any problem.
Very pretty, but it's a maze and there's no information about anything. So if you don't do any reading before you go and you're not on a tour, you'll be lost. But it's still a great place to get some great photos.
The architecture and attention to detail is unbelievable. If you appreciate art this is a must see. Intricate details in every aspect. Absolutely breathtaking.
Nice palace grounds with great architecture and perfumed gardens with flowers and fruit trees. Perfect break from the busy city. Walking through the whole area will take relaxed 30 min. Entrance only 10 Dh.
1001 night is just nothing compared with this great work of the best artisans of its time. I got deeply impressed by it. A visit is simply a MUST for every visitor in Marrakech. Take your time when you go there.
A stunning palace filled with amazing mosaics and lush gardens. It was easy to find too, and 10 dirhams for entrance was very cheap. There were quite a lot of tourists in guided tours so some rooms of the palace were very crowded, but when you managed to go through the tour group it became calmer. Lots of amazing spots for photographs!
Absolutely beautiful palace and only 10 Dirhams. Named after Mohammed V First wife named Bahia the palace is stunning. The architecture and the detail in which it was created hundreds of years ago is just mind blowing definitely a place to visit if you in Marrakech and want to soke up some of the history
Really really picturesque Palace not amazingly old I think it was early 19th century! But an excellent example of good craftsmenship and detailing unfortunately we had to kind of rush through it as we went a bit late but every square inch is photogenic and an amazing backdrop to portraits. It costs a meagre 10Dirhams and also the stalls surrounding the Palace are a lot better than those in the actual market square. WELL WORTH A VISIT
Lovely place to see the moroccan architecture. Quite and good to run away from a hustle and bustle of Marrakesh. Also, cheap entry. There are toilets inside.
The area is spacious and they keep on the work to recover the valuable history of this beautiful place. Just look out for a quiet place, sit down and enjoy the ancient palace. There are even storks and kestrel you can observe there. Very valuable and the entrance fee is fair.
What an amazing palace! It may be true that I visited this palace because my grandmother have the same name, but man I am happy I did. This place is astonishing, so big with so many rooms all covered by time bites of tiles. We had no guide so we used our imagination to what the rooms where and how old they were and what they were used for. But honestly if you like history I think this place have plenty of. There were also a beautiful garden in the back. Don’t use or even go near the toilet in this place, man it was disgusting. But man so many tiles covered rooms.
It opens at 9 in the morning. If you want to catch good uncrowded photo shots, go early.
Its a nice palace with nice gardens, just 10 dirham entry well worth it. Some nice wood, paint and stucco workgood to wander about for an hour or 2
The place opens at 9am and not at 8.30. I would recommend being there before it opens so you can explore the grounds before it gets too crowded. I dod this and by the time I finished it was filling up with tourists. Beautiful palace.
Beautiful old palace ruins with a garden and bits of beautiful tiles. You can also see an “underground” prison where they put their slaves back in the days. Some information is in English but most are in French and Arabic. It can be busy! The entrance is DH10 and an additional DH10 if you want to see a beautiful imam chair.
every room has photo ops and the detailing and architecture is just amazing! Only 10 Dirhams to get in, you can tour it completely at your own pace and it's just a beautiful site to see