In the center of the rectangular courtyard is an ornate fountain lined with thousands of multi-colored tiles. Like most Moroccan cities, the showcase is divided into two sections, the Ville Nouvelle (new city) and the Medina (old city). The entrance to the Medina, the thriving marketplace of Moroccan cities, is usually through an arched gate. Guests pass beneath pointed arches and the swirling blue patches of Bab Boujouloud Gate, a replica of a gateway in the city of Fez. Just inside the gateway is the Fez House, a replica of a traditional Moroccan home.
- Gallery of Arts and History Traditional Arts of Morocco
Envoking visions of Morocco with mosaic art, defined by its balance of geometry and philosophy, decorates the gallery's walls and ceiling. The gallery displays ceramic pottery, ancient musical instruments and artisan-crafted jewelry.
Rock on with this band's boisterous blend of World Music, created by a unique mix of traditional and modern instruments playing Middle Eastern, African, Spanish and American sounds.
Hop on board the Marrakesh express for an experience into the wonders of mysterious Morocco. Roast lamb, chicken or veggie shish kebab, couscous, brochette of chicken and other North African delicacies await you in this intricate Sultan's palace. Lunch, Dinner, a la Carte - Disney Dining Plan.