Moroccan Museums

American Legation Museum
Bert Flint Museum
Borj Nord Museum
Dar Batha Museum
Dar el Bacha Museum
Dar el Makhzen Museum
Dar Jamai Museum
Dar Si Said Museum
Forbes Museum
Majorelle Gardens Berber Museum
Mohammed VI of Modern and Contemporary Art
Musee du Cinema
Musee du Patrimoine Amazigh
Museum of Antiquities
Museum of Marrakech
Museum of Moroccan Arts
Museum of Moroccan Judaism
Museum of Photographie
National Ceramics Museum
Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts & Crafts
Oudaias Museum
Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah Museum
Tiskiwin Museum
Yves Saint Laurent Museum

The Fes Sacred Music Festival, Your Morocco Tour Guide

From 22-30 May 2015, the ancient city of Fes will host the 21st edition of its world famous Sacred Music Festival. The origins of Fes lie in the 8th century by Idris I, who is known for bringing the religion of Islam from Arabia in the East, to Morocco. Fes’ spiritual credentials were boosted by the establishment of the al-Qarawiyyin (or al-Karaouine) University, mosque and madrasa (religious school). It became one of the spiritual and educational centers of the Muslim world and remains today the longest-standing university in the world. Fes’ role as the spiritual hub of Morocco is underscored by its historical role as the seat of Islamic learning in the Kingdom and an openness towards other cultures and religions. These factors make it the perfect location for two of Morocco’s most well-known festivals: the Fes Festival of Sufi Culture (18-25 April 2015) and the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music (22-30 May 2015). (Note: This year’s Sacred Music Festival is being held a few weeks early to avoid a clash with the Holy month of Ramadan. It is normally held in June).