National Museum of Archaeology
The archaeological museum on Republic Street is housed in one of the inns of the Knights of St John, the Auberge de Provence. The museum's focus on Malta’s prehistory includes displays such as the reconstruction of prehistoric remains found at Hypogeum. Items such as pottery, sculptures, statuettes, stone implements and jewellery from the prehistoric, megalithic and temple-building periods are featured, as well as some Punic and Roman tomb furniture. All the exhibits were found on excavations across the Maltese islands.
Address: Charles Borg, Auberge de Provence, Republic Street, Valletta
Telephone: 21 239 375
Transport: On all bus routes
Opening times: Daily 9am-7pm.
Admission: €5 (adults), €2.50 (children 6-11). Other concessions available.