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Wignacourt Museum

This museum is linked to St. Paul's Grotto.

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This baroque building was finished in 1749 and was originally a shelter for the Chaplains of the Knights of St. John, inaugurated by Grandmaster Alof de Wignacourt.

After a thorough restoration this building became the Wignacourt museum.

Underneath this building you find a labyrinth of Punic, Roman and Christian Hypogea and shelters from WWII with approximately fifty rooms.

The first floor is the most important exposition hall with, besides other items, a photo gallery with works of well-known artists.

The building also houses an oven which produced daily 2000 loaves during the first WW.

From the museum you can go to the St. Paul's Grotto and the Church above.
Opening hours
Winter 9:30 - 17:00

Last admission
Advice 60 minutes before closing
Ticket / admission fee

Adults (18-59 yrs)
€ 6.00
Children and Youth (12 + yrs)
€ 4.50
Children (7-11 + yrs)
€ 3,50
Infants ( to 6 yrs)Free
€ 4.50
Seniors (61+)
€ 4.50
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