The Soap Museum

The Soap Museum in Saida, the south of Lebanon, has been a soap factory since the 17th century.


It was then acquired by the Audi family in the 19th century. A few years ago, this beautiful space was completely restored to become a tribute to soap in the region.


Today, it hosts a museum taking you through the history and process of making olive oil soap with a boutique where you can buy your own, made by Lebanese artisans


Found in the 'Kankaneh' box: An Olive-oil soap.


Discover more about the Saida Museum of Soap here