Baroque facade of the Cathedral Museum located in Archbishop’s Square, Mdina, Malta. This former seminary became a museum in 1897, but didn’t open its doors to the public until 1969. The museum collection is vast, especially given the size of the town. In the collection are rare coins, intricately designed silver religious artifacts and statues. There are also 16th century religious prints by German artist Albrecht Durer.
The museum is open 9:30am to 5:00pm six days a week, closed on Sundays. It costs 5 euros for adults, 3.50 euros for students, and is free for those 12 and younger. For complete details, refer to the museum website.