Mdina Cathedral Museum
Mdina Cathedral Museum, Archibishop's Square, Mdina

The Mdina Cathedral Museum’s formation is rooted in a graceful baroque building which was meant to serve as a seminary and is presently housing the treasures which belong to the Metropolitan Cathedral of Malta.  A visit to the Cathedral Museum would not be complete without appreciating the building itself which is a monumental complex of Maltese baroque splendour. Visiting the Cathedral Museum, one is to encounter a remarkable range of works of art which attest to the high achievement of human creativity—from drawings to engravings, paintings, silverware, illuminated manuscripts, sculptures, woodworks, archaeological artefacts including the largest display of coins and medals. The display areas have been made with conscious attention and crafted visibility which makes the visit more enjoyable to the general public.

Opening Hours
Monday 09:30-16:30
Tuesday 09:30-16:30
Wednesday 09:30-16:30
Thursday 09:30-16:30
Friday 09:30-16:30
Saturday 09:30-16:30
Last Entrance @ 16:15 - Sunday & Public Holidays Closed
Ticket Prices
Adults € 10.00
Senior € 8.00
Students € 8.00
Children 1-12 years Free
Nearby Attractions
Palazzo Piro, 3, Triq Is-Sur Mdina, Mdina
Vilhena Palace, St Publius Square, Mdina
St. Publius Square, Mdina
Villegaignon Street, Mdina
Historical & Cultural Site