The Tourbet el Bey (Arabic: تربة الباي) is a Tunisian royal mausoleum in the southwest of the medina of Tunis at rue Tourbet el Bey 62.
It is the last resting place of most of the Husainid dynasty rulers of Tunisia. Among those not buried there are the last two - Moncef Bey, who is buried in the Jellaz Cemetery and Lamine Bey who is buried in La Marsa. The building, constructed in the reign of Ali II ibn Hussein (1759-1782) is the largest funerary monument in Tunis. The first tourba of Al-Husayn I ibn Ali stands opposite it.