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OPEN MONDAY - SUNDAY from 09.00 Till 17.00Hrs (last admission at 16.30Hrs). The National Museum of Natural History, situated within the Vilhena Palace, including display areas that cover various topics such as Maltese Geology and Palaeontology...more
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Vilhena Palace | St Publius Square, Mdina, Island of Malta RBT 12, Malta
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Went in for natural fauna exposition and the Megalodon tooth (that was mentioned in our tourist book). The tooth wasn’t that spectacular and big. The place seems to be a little bit run down to be frank.
Although comparatively small , the museum houses an array of local fauna . As you would expect a large portion is dedicated to marine wildlife. Laid out over three floors there are a lot of steps. At times you can still get the impression of...More
Visited here as part of a day trip to Mdina & was worth the visit would say for price to pay of 5 euros each & what is on offer across 2 buildings and also a surprise with a bride and groom cutting the cake...More