Positioned on the right-hand side of St Paul's Cathedral, in Archbishop's Square, this museum was established in 1897.
In the beginning, the museum was housed in halls adjacent to the cathedral, but was later transferred to the former Seminary found in Archbishop's Square, which faces the cathedral's side entrance, in 1969.
The Seminary was built between 1733 and 1742 , and is attributed to one of two architects; Giovanni Barbara or Andrea Belli.
The museum houses an impressive collection of Renaissance woodcut and copperplate prints, as well as lithographs by the German artist, Albrecht Durer. Here, you will also find coins, silverware, religious vestments, and even Egyptian amulets.
Adults (over 12)
Students and Seniors
Children (under 12)
€3,50 (Tourists' guide goes in FREE)
Licensed Group Tickets
St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral
A reminder of the first Christian missionary in Malta
Collegiate Parish Church of St Paul's Shipwreck
Enter one of Valletta's oldest churches
Church of Our Lady of Liesse
A historical reminder of the Armenians' time in Malta
Church of Our Lady of Victories
The first church (and building) completed in Valletta
A chapel, a sinkhole, and a fascinating legend.