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This is a very limited attraction, worth a quick stopover if you are on the hop on/off bus service. It demonstrates some prehistoric geological, and animal development quite well. Only about half of the full length of the cave is accessible due preservation of a...More
The exhibit, although feeling outdated at times, takes you back thousands of years in an era where Malta had species which nowadays we could never imagine. The skeleton parts of these species are also exhibited in a separate room whilst the exhibit also describes how...More
The cave is lovely , positioned at the bottom of a set of steps lined with flowers and trees all provide pollen for the local bees. When you reach the cave it is small but fascinating. Definitely worth a visit. The small display are at...More
My partner and I visited, the chap at the front desk was very rude about the fact he had no change for a twenty euro note, he basically said we need the correct money or we cant come in. (So we paid him in shrapnel)...More
5 Euros to get in.
A small but impressive cave
A two room museum, one enclosing bones found during excavation and the other, a history of the cave and its inhabitants.
While it isn't vast by any stretch and could do with updating more in...More
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Unfortunately I'd say not accessible at all. There's quite a few steps to get to the museum entrance and then lots and lots of steps leading down to the cave. I didn't see any alternative route but could be wrong. I would... More
Unfortunately I'd say not accessible at all. There's quite a few steps to get to the museum entrance and then lots and lots of steps leading down to the cave. I didn't see any alternative route but could be wrong. I would also say the cave itself isn't wheelchair friendly due to the uneven flooring. Hope this helps