The National Bardo Museum in Tunisia houses many interesting and intriguing displays, but the most popular of all is the 101 Masterpieces.
Tunisia has been under excavation since the 19th Century. Many artefacts have been uncovered and now rest in the halls of the National Bardo Museum - Tunisia's largest museum. The museum is particularly proud of the valuable 101 Masterpieces that are a symbol of Tunisian heritage.
Along with stunning mosaics that show a unique style and eye for detail, a visit to the museum will also award you with intricate sculptures and statues carved in marble and stone or moulded from clay, common items used in daily life - like jewellery and dishes - and rare coins.
May 1st to September 30th: 9:00AM to 5:00PM
October 1st April 30th: 9:30Am to 4:30PM
Admission: $7 CAD
Address: Le Bardo, Tunis 2000, Tunisia
For more information: www.bardomuseum.tn