The arrangements of the Bardo Museum were thought and resolved with the aim of increasing and reorganizing spaces for a better redistribution and a new presentation of the collections.
The biggest Tunisian museum derives its reputation from its countless pieces coming from the excavations undertaken in the country since the XIXth Century. The quality and the rarity of many of these pieces bear witness to the country’s historical richness and uniqueness.
  • Visite du Vice-Ministre Sud-africain des Affaires étrangères, Luwellyn Tyrone Landers au Musée National du Bardo...
  • "Le Musée National du Bardo" a accueilli, mardi 16 octobre 2018, Son Excellence M. Rustam Minnikhanov, président de...
  • Environ 900 participants de pays africains et arabes ont participé au forum, dont des ministres, des personnalités de...
  • Lors de sa première visite officielle au Musée National du Bardo , l'ambassadeur d'Espagne, Guillermo Ardizone, a...
The commemoration of the Bardo Museum’s Centennial in 1988 was a major event in its history. Starting from this date and following the efforts of the successive curators, many renovations were realised with a new didactic museographic presentation and in compliance with modern standards of conservation.