Through December 31, 2019, Rabat’s Bank Al-Maghrib Museum is offering free public access to its exhibitions. The postal museum had been under renovation for a large portion of 2019 and officially re-opened on November 21st. In addition to its unique collection of 1500 ancient coins and 80 artworks, the museum retraces the evolution of the history of plastic arts in Morocco. The space is dedicated to the bank’s history. Since 1892, the bank has served as a landmark in Morocco.
For the re-opening, a dedicated space honoring the twenty-year reign of King Mohammed VI and a display of the first six Moroccan stamps will be on exhibition. Throughout the year the museum will also function as a center for conference-debates and educational workshops.