The Museum of Marrakech is a workmanship exhibition hall situated in the old focal point of Marrakesh, Morocco.The historical center is housed in the Dar Menebhi Palace, built toward the finish of the nineteenth century by Mehdi Menebhi. The royal residence was precisely remodeled by the Omar Benjelloun Foundation and changed over into a historical center in 1997. The house itself speaks to a case of established Moorish design, with wellsprings in the focal patio, customary seating territories, a hammam and complex tilework and carvings.
The exhibition hall's huge chamber was initially a patio and is currently canvassed in glass and texture. It contains an enormous, midway hung crystal fixture like roof piece comprising of metal plates beautified with fine geometric and epigraphic cuttings.