This very much re-established previous fondouk – a place where dealers took lodgings and put away and sold their merchandise amid the eighteenth century – is currently home to the Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts.
Opened in 1998, the exhibition hall enables guests to wonder about such curious as skilled workers' apparatuses, supplication dabs, antiquated chests, and melodic instruments.
Much care has been taken with respect to the introduction of the presentations, and the building is right around a fascination in itself, despite the fact that photography is currently permitted.
Showcases are displayed on an alluring inward patio, in rooms through unpredictably cut wooden openings, and underneath cedar roofs.
The Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts is situated in the pleasant setting of the Place el-Nejjarine.