The Dar es Salaam Museum is very similar to the famous Bardu National Museum. There are many relics of ancient civilizations. The most famous of these are the mosaic murals, which have images of animals and maps, and even many The patterns of our current mosaic floor tiles are really very ancient and magical and amazing.
I went with my 9 year old son who likes history and this blew us away. It is an amazing little house that has all the original furniture, paintings, clothes and extras from the period. There is a fee toilet up near the roof and it is cool in the middle of the day. You can even climb the tower which is the second highest point in Sousse so save yourself 8 dinar to climb the Ribat and do this instead. You have to pay for children but it’s well worth the small amount that it costs. It’s then a short walk to the Kasbah museum.
The scale is not big, but I am super pushing! Big push! This point. The ticket is 4Dinar, plus the photo fee 1Dinar (approximately NT$90). There is no student ticket. The opening hours are (October-April in winter) 10:00-18:00; (May-September in summer) 10:00-19:00. This house was built in 928 AD. It is passed down from generation to generation by a nobleman. There are many rooms, such as children's room, second wife's room, master bedroom and so on. The second wife’s bedroom is already extremely luxurious! Look at the chandeliers, the paintings on the walls, and the exquisite murals and floor tiles. The paintings on the wall tell many Islamic stories, customs, etc. You can stop here to experience the room of the eldest wife, and the level of luxury has jumped even higher.
Private museum, you may wish to try it when you have time, it is very convenient.
Right next to the old city, the traffic is very convenient, recommended