DAR SI SAID MUSEUM
This is a variety of museum that takes one through Moroccan handicrafts by means of displays of woodwork, ceramics, jewelry, and various other objects made by hand.
It is an exhibition of attractive Moroccan arts that highlights the creativity as well as expertise of the neighborhood populace.
The gallery, inaugurated in 1930, is situated in the former residence of Si Said, a 19th-century Moroccan priest.
The richly florid structure is a testament to the domestic architectural art that existed before the establishment of the French protectorate.
At the entrance of the gallery, site visitors can relax at the foot of the Spanish water fountain with its two magnificent eagles and their outstretched wings.