The doors of the mythical Jardin Majorelle and Berber Museum reopened to the delight of visitors in Marrakech.
It was an expected reopening. Since 1 st October, the Jardin Majorelle and Berber Museum opened their doors to the public from Wednesday to Sunday, from 9 am to 18 pm, and this in strict compliance with sanitary measures including a limited number of visitors and areas of exposure.
A special price of 20 Dhs was set for Moroccans and residents in Morocco and 100 Dhs for foreign visitors – free access remained for children under 12 years old. “During the six months of lockdown, the Jardin Majorelle Foundation maintained all its obligations towards more than 30 associations and projects in the fields of education, health and culture in Morocco, as well as towards its 200 employees who received their entire salary”, the Foundation underlined in a press release, before specifying that “our teams, to whom distance training activities were also offered during the lockdown, are motivated and impatient to welcome you.”