Detail from St Paul’s polyptych by the Circle of Luis Borassa, 15th century

We would like to inform the public that the Mdina Cathedral Museum and the Mdina Cathedral will be open, as per usual, on Saturday 10 February 2018 between 09:30 and 17:00 (last admission at 16:30).

The public is invited to visit St. Paul’s Cathedral and Museum on the Feast day of his Shipwreck on Malta in 60 A.D. A number of works inside the venue depict St. Paul, not least St. Paul’s polyptych, which shows the life of the father of Christian Malta from his conversion to Christianity until his martyrdom in Rome.

Entrance rates shall be of € 5.00 per adult and € 3.50 for students above the age of 12*.  Children under the age of 12 enter the Museum and Cathedral for free.

*A valid student’s card/certificate must be presented at the reception for this reduction to apply. Language student cards are not valid.