The Tiskiwin Museum exhibits unique works such as textiles, basket works, jewelery, carpets and other things from various regions including the sub-Sahara.
It is owned by Dutch anthropologist, Bert Flint who also collects art from the Sahara, Morocco and North Africa, which are on display.
The museum is housed in a large building constructed at the turn of the century, in a Spanish-Moroccan style.
Beautiful tile walls.
Steps leading to the upper galleries.
Woven basket platters.
The collection is displayed as a journey along ancient Saharan trade routes from Marrakech to Timbuktu and back.
Layout of a Berber tent.
Basketry was amazing.