The Enfidha Museum

Enfidaville was an important colonial agricultural centre under the French protectorate established in Tunisia in 1881. Hence the atypical, hybrid architectural style, combining local characteristics with those imported from the French provinces. Amongst the European aspect buildings bordering the main avenue, stands the church, deconsecrated and reconverted into a museum.

Enfidha was built at the heart of a rich agricultural region that was prosperous since Antiquity, hence the many rural Roman and Byzantine constructions (farms, villas, chapels, basilicas etc) that have yielded valuable information on these periods, particularly the Christian era. These are conserved in the gardens and in the Church itself, in particular the mosaic tombstones dating to the Vth and VIth centuries.


From 16/09 to 31/03 : 09.30 - 16.30
From 01/04 to 15/09 : 09.00 - 13.00 / 15.00 - 18.00
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