Museums you should visit when in Malta
- St. John’s Co-Cathedral & Museum Valletta
The first complete example of the high Baroque anywhere, St. John’s Cathedral epitomises the role of its original patrons, the Knights of St. John.
The Palace Armoury is one of the world’s greatest arms collections housed in their original buildings
The National War Museum, within the walls of Fort St. Elmo, houses a superb collection of artefacts in a chronological manner.
The Maritime Museum charts Malta’s maritime history and lore within a Mediterranean context.
the Cathedral Museum in Mdina , originally a seminary, today serves as a significant religious museum.
- National Museum of Archaeology Valletta
The National Museum of Archaeology displays a significant array of artefacts, starting with the first arrival of man in 5200 BC.
- Inquisitors Palace Birgu
The Inquisitor’s Palace was erected in the 1530’s as the civil law courts of the Order of St. John . We suggest a visit to this place as it is one of the great things to do in Malta.
- Cathedral Museum Gozo
The Gozo Cathedral Museum houses more than 2000 items on display, including the Cathedral’s archives, magnificent paintings, clerical vestments and a silver vault.
- Wignacourt Museum Rabat
The Wignacourt Collegiate Museum, a baroque palace served as the residence of the Chaplains of the Knights of Malta. It now offers viewings of many valuable works of art.
Għar Dalam Cave is a highly important site, where the earliest evidence of human settlement on Malta, some 7,400 years ago, was discovered.