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Gozo Museum of Archaeology

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Interesting museum

A small but none the less an interesting museum. Well laid out and informative. Some well preserved... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2018
Sutton, United Kingdom
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Really interesting, though some may find a little dull

I really enjoyed this as my first stop in the Citadel as I felt it gave a lot of context. However... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2018
Birmingham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed yesterday

My family and I really enjoyed the visit to the archaelogy museum. It was very enlightening. The children were so impressed. It's money well spent.

Thank debbiemeli
Reviewed 25 May 2018 via mobile

A small but none the less an interesting museum. Well laid out and informative. Some well preserved artefacts on display. It is worth a visit. It was a lot cooler in May than when we visited last August. There's no air con.

Thank higgybear67
Reviewed 25 May 2018

I really enjoyed this as my first stop in the Citadel as I felt it gave a lot of context. However, a lot of people were in and out in 5mins, so I think it depends of what you like.

Thank amypoulton
Reviewed 26 March 2018

This museum is housed in a 17th century townhouse situated just behind the Citadel entrance. Entry is with the Citadel combined ticket (5 Euros). The exhibits are divided into three sections of prehistory, the classical period and the medieval period and were retrieved from ancient...More

Thank zubenel57
Reviewed 12 December 2017

This is a very interesting and small museum located within the citadel, the tour guide gave very good explanation of local history

Thank Dillon X
Reviewed 29 November 2017

Located within the Citadel you get access to 5 places with your ticket- this was our favourite. Gave good explanation of local history and put into context some of the things we had seen at other places. Helpful staff.

Thank AJM155019
Reviewed 12 November 2017

The archaeological museum is in The Citadel, so, if you are visiting The Citadel and have plenty of time, the museum is worth a short visit, You learn about the early settlement of the island. There are some nice artifacts and the information that is...More

Thank Iambic
Reviewed 2 November 2017

Entrance to this museum is included as part of a ticket for 3 or 4 attractions within The Citadel. We would have liked more explanations for some of the items. Otherwise it was a relatively small museum, but interesting from an archaeology point of view...More

Thank Mags27
Reviewed 1 November 2017 via mobile

The museum is not too big but it sure displays the rich material culture of Gozo from prehistoric times.

Thank DreamCatcher7
Reviewed 14 October 2017

The Gozo Museum of Archeology is a little museum but is still interesting to see the story of the old site found in Gozo.

Thank massimoswitz
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