Dar Batha is a previous regal royal residence in the city of Fez, Morocco. The castle was charged by the Alaouite Sultan Hassan I and his successor Abdelaziz in the nineteenth century. It was changed over into an exhibition hall in 1916 with around 6,000 accumulations. The royal residence is situated outside of the western mass of Fes el Bali, the old medina quarter of the city, and associated with Fes Jdid, the new medina quarter.
It is near Bab BoujeloudSultan Hassan I requested the development of the royal residence as a place for recognized guests and visitors to remain. A From that point forward it was changed over into an exhibition hall; first as a gallery of national workmanship, and after that as a gallery of ethnography and the social activities.