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All reviews roman mosaics century ad nice collection entry fee french and english each month walk around must visit place take photos within the walls the main road cardo medusa exhibits information tunisia medina
Mostly a display of Roman mosaics, with a few statues and some steles. Would have been interesting to have a bit more information about Sousse and life as a Roman and later citizens. It would be nice to be able to ascend the walls, though...More
Situated within the walls at the top of the medina, 9 dinars to get in and then one dinar if you wish to take photographs. All mosaic pictures and pottery and sculpture displays have informative information plaques in both french and english. Mosaics are very...More
Firstly, you will be more than happy with the museum location. It is on the top of Sousse Medina, within the Medina's walls (Sousse Medina was built in 11 century AD) and overlooks the Medina, part of the city and the sea. It houses the...More
Sousse museum located next to the media and its catacombs reach a far way place is known for its mosaics which are unique in the world. The museum is at the heart of the tourist city Sousse Tunisia, the visit is free for students and...More
Got there and there was a charge of 9 denars each (roughly £2.50 each) which was fine.
V hot day but some Aircon and the displays were very interesting, though far too much writing on some and could have been spread out more!
The museum is located right next to Sousse's medina and should be easily accessible from anywhere inside Sousse. I think I was the only one inside the museum whilst I was there with some bored looking museum staff. It has a huge collection of mosaics...More
I like to see things when I visit a country, and on the excursion I took to Tunis the guide mentioned there were a lot of mosaics, not only at the Bardo but also in Sousse itself. So, the next day I set out to...More