To celebrate Medieval Mdina, between May 5 and 6, the Mdina Cathedral Museum will extend its opening hours from 9:30 – 19:00 and offer entrance tickets at a reduced price of just €3. The cathedral is situated in St Paul’s Square just beside the Mdina Cathedral and visitors will be able to visit amongst others the newly refurbished Albrecht Dürer Hall and the Cathedral Archives 50 year exhibition.

05/05/2018 – 06/05/2018


The Medieval Mdina Festival puts the entire city in an atmosphere from the Middle Ages, allowing visitors to travel back in time to the days of knighthood. Musicians play on the street corners and the entire city is decorated with flowers to spread a lovely feeling of spring. Museums, churches and other historic places are open to all visitors on this weekend.

Two days of re-enactments and pageantry that evoke Malta’s late medieval period (1200 – 1500 AD). Several re-enactment groups perform in various battle scenes and other actions in various points of the town.