The Pavilion of Morocco at the 1964-1965 World's Fair in New York was privately funded. It is described in the official guide to the fair as follows::
A bazaar and restaurant under Moorish arches reproduce the sights and sounds of North Africa.
An open patio and traditional grill-work grace this privately sponsored pavilion, where Moroccan art and history are displayed. Travel information and export-import advice are also offered.
- THE BAZAAR. Craftsmen in African dress make brassware and leather goods, and knotted rugs (20,000 knots per square yard). Moroccan goods and foods are for sale.
- RESTAURANTS. National specialties are offered at a sidewalk cafe and a cafeteria. Musicians and folk dancers perform in a supper club.
Time, inc. 1965. Official Guide: New York World's Fair, 1965.