Situated at the heart of the citadel, the Musée de la Kasbah de Tangier has existed since 1920. It is housed in the governor’s palace, Dar el-Makhzen, which was rebuilt in the 18th century on the ruins of an ancient fortress. An archaeological museum containing vestiges of pre-Islamic and pre-historical Morocco, from the Stone Age to Roman times.
The Museum of Moroccan Arts, in which some very rich ethnographic collections are brought together: carpets from Rabat, pottery and ceramics from Fez, musical instruments, weapons and jewellery. The treasury, the Bit el-Mal pavilion, and the Andalusian garden abundantly planted with trees and fragrant beds.