Private Guided Artisan Tour With Workshop in Fez, Morocco
Amazing experience for art lovers. Do the local handcrafts by yourself!
With a huge number of craftsmen and craftswomen, Fez has a lot to offer. You will see how they do their job and will learn a few secrets. You will be taught how to make your own ceramic bowl. Impressive handmade colors and painted designs will immerse you in a fully local experience. What is more, you will tailor your own leather wallet! And of course, a little challenge for you- learning how to do traditional Fassi embroidery knot. You will explore a variety of wooden objects, tools, furniture, musical instruments, and even the doors of the Bou Inania Madrasa. The restored hotel as a part of the museum building is a work of art in itself. What is magical about it?
- You will be guided by a local charismatic guide
- You will witness how these artisans do their job
- You will try your hand at replicating the objects made by the artisans
- Professional local tour guide
- Coffee, juice, or tea
- Fez, Artisan history
- Product that you will make (ceramic, wallet, embroidery)
Route & Duration
You will be picked up inside Fez Medina and taken to a few artisans to learn a few crafts and eventually try your hand at making them.
The three-storey Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts and Crafts includes traditional wooden objects, tools, furniture, musical instruments, and even the doors of the Bou Inania Madrasa. In addition to the objects that make up the exhibits, the restored hotel as a part of museum building is a work of art in itself.
Funduq Staouniyyin is a historical hazelnut (caravanserai) that once served as a hotel and commercial center for trade. Now it is a cultural and a trade center for artisans where you can observe their makings.
Bab Bou Jeloud (3268+M9P, Fes, Morocco) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
We loved Morrocan handcrafts! Such a vibrant experience.
So happy to make my wallet! 😀 It was fun and educational.
My fav was the ceramic experience. Thanks to the cheerful tour guide, who was helpful and funny.