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Parish Church Museum

Victory Square, Birgu (Vittoriosa), Island of Malta, Malta
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Run by wonderful volunteers

This little two roomed museum is a little gem filled with local artefacts. The lovely volunteer was... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2017
OpaMarnie
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Wollongong, Australia
Wonderful volunteers to take you round ! Visit early morning !

Right next door to St Lawrence Church, this small museum turned out to be a real eye opener as... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2017
vessi80
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North Lanarkshire, United Kingdom
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Victory Square, Birgu (Vittoriosa), Island of Malta, Malta
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

This little two roomed museum is a little gem filled with local artefacts. The lovely volunteer was pleased to see us and gave us a postcard as well as some stamps. Well worth a visit and a small donation!

1  Thank OpaMarnie
Reviewed 9 June 2017

Right next door to St Lawrence Church, this small museum turned out to be a real eye opener as regards Malta's history. The wonderful Lawrence Mallia who I might add is a volunteer, showed me round the museum pointing out some of the most famous...More

Thank vessi80
Reviewed 4 April 2017 via mobile

The Parish Museum in Birgu is only open in the morning, it is run by volunteers. There is a lot to see but the most interesting elements are the Valletta relics and the stories of Birgu told by the volunteers running the museum. It is...More

Thank MarpleTraveller
Reviewed 30 December 2016

It is just by chance that we got in this small museum. There are a lot of artifacts from different time periods, and they are very interesting. The museum is free, but please make a little contribution to upkeep for other visitors too.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 13 October 2016

We went in here straight away after getting off the bus from Valletta as it is very close to the bus stop. They have loads of varied items with a description and date for most. Got an excellent local map for free and the volunteer...More

Thank Lucy A
Reviewed 3 July 2016

This small museum in the Oratory of St Joseph church was a highlight of our trip to Malta. We just happened upon it (it's a short walk from the Fort St Angelo harbor, St Lawrence Church and the Inquisitor's Palace) - but spent an hour...More

1  Thank UsaFrequentflyer
Reviewed 3 December 2015

Popped in here with my Dad for a quick look at de Valette's sword. What makes this church museum is the enthusiasm of the gentleman there who runs it. Interesting place well worth 30 mins or so of your time.

Thank Tony B
Reviewed 25 November 2015

We called into the museum one morning and were greeted by a charming gentleman - one of the volunteers who run it. In between dealing with other visitors he spent time explaining the exhibits and talking about local and Island history in general. He was...More

Thank Bonchurch
Reviewed 21 May 2015

This free museum is quite small and maintained by volunteers - but some of the artefacts are special relics from the Great Siege of Malta. Don't be deterred by its modest appearance, this museum is well worth a visit.

1  Thank Philip H
Reviewed 15 March 2015

This small museum didn't cost any entrance fees, but the gentleman in the museum was more than willing to explain anything and answer all questions - I was then more than willing to provide a donation! A particular highlight is the hat and sword of...More

1  Thank MasterAl
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