Timings : 8:00 AM - 6:30 PM every day
Entry Fees : For garden: Children 11 and below - Free, Children 12 and above - DH 70
For garden and museum: Children 12 and above - DH 100
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Jardin Majorelle-Yves Saint Laurent Mansion is located in Rue Yves St Laurent in Marrakech and is ranked the most visited tourist spot in Morocco, with around 900,000 footprints every year. The major attraction is the one hectare huge Majorelle garden which features 300 plus plant species, mainly succulents and cacti from five continents.
Another undeniable beauty is the cubist-style villa made by french architect Paul Senior in the 1930s, which was used as the owners' private home. The famous art deco studio Musée Berbère is situated at the heart of the garden, exhibiting more than 600 artefacts, including woodwork, metal work, textiles, and traditional costumes about Morocco's indigenous inhabitants, its art, and livelihood. The cobalt blue colour used in the then mansion was inspired by the Moroccan blue skies, the Moroccan tiles used at homes, and the head-turning blue veils of the Tuareg people in the southern Sahara. Even the colour is trademarked as Majorelle blue.
The original owner was a famous french landscape painter Jacques Majorelle who made this in 1924. In the 1980s, Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Bergé bought this property and kept it open to the public. The garden is home to more than 15 bird species endemic to North Africa. Inside the garden area, there is Café Majorelle to relax. To visit Jardin Majorelle, reach the destination beforehand or purchase tickets online for a faster entry.
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