Villa Des Arts Casablanca

  • Museum
  • Cultural center
Villa Des Arts Casablanca is the first private museum in the city, the facility aims to promote the arts through exhibitions and cultural events. Moroccan and international artists regularly exhibit their work here, which also has a quiet space for r...

Academie des Arts traditionnels

  • Museum
At the Plaza of the mosque Hassan II, and next to the new media centre, the Academy of traditional arts is both a Museum and a place of training.

Museum of Judaism in Morocco

  • Museum
Moroccan Jewish Museum, is one of the first museums on Judaism in the Arab world. It presents the history of Judaism in Morocco through various collections and national and international exhibitions, there is a multitude of historical references avai...

Dar El Ala - Musee de la musique andalouse

  • Museum
In an old restored riad (Dar El Ala), the Museum of the Andalusian music offers three small rooms for exhibitions.

Mosquee Hassan II

  • Monument
  • Museum
Mosquee Hassan II is a magnificent masterpiece of arab-andalusian architecture, it is the highest religious building in the world, spread out over 9 hectares. Inside it includes a prayer room, baths, a Koranic school, library and a museum. There are ...

Corniche Ain Diab

  • Natural site
Spread over approximately two kilmotres between the Corniche and the Shrine of Sidi Abderrahman is Corniche - Aïn Diab. As the sun is setting, the area is filled with people. Those coming to play cards or football, or just to have a coffee. As nig...

Place de La Gare

  • Square and district
The Place de la Gare, comprises a beautiful garden, the Casa-Voyageurs train station and the roundabout leading to Boulevard Mohammed V, Boulevard Abdellah Ben Yassine and Rue Allal Ben Ahmed.

El Hank Lighthouse

  • Square and district
The lighthouse of Casablanca, as it is also known, is characterized by an impressive 51-metre high tour built on a 6.60 metre high base and 39 metres wide. It was opened by Albert Laprade in 1916 and began operation on August 1, 1920.

Sacré Cœur Cathedral

  • Square and district
Sacré Cœur Cathedral is one of the oldest catholic sanctuaries in Casablanca. Built in 1930 by renowned architect Paul Tournon (recipient of the Prix de Rome for mixing gothic and art deco architecture). The church is surrounded by the large public...