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An extraordinary collection of art and antiques (including paintings, furniture, silver, armour, jewellery, coins, etc.) displayed in one of the oldest buildings in Malta. The Collection was put together by the Palazzo’s most recent owner and...more
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Villegaignon Street, Mdina, Island of Malta MDN 1191, Malta
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Well worth visiting this beautiful and interesting house. Our only criticism would be the rooms could do with more information on their contents (a few more audio guide points or some written info plaques below artefacts). In any event, the house is worth a visit...More
We enjoyed touring the Palazzo Falson while on a visit to the walled city of Mdina, Malta. It was exciting to see a magnificent residence behind the plain walls that offer no clues to the wonders within. We spent about an hour in the palace,...More
In addition to being a medivval house in Mdina, there are intriguing exhibits from the former owner’s extensive collection. Wand activated audio guide uses touchpoints at each location. I enjoyed a slow wander including views from the rooftop. They offered a free locker to store...More
Recently I had the opportunity to again visit this Historical Palazzo in the walled city of Mdina, in Malta. Although this must be the fourth time I have gone to this little but extremely well kept and rich museum, I am always fascinated by the...More
We came across this by chance and found it to be a most interesting property which was staffed by very friendly and helpful staff. Audio guides were provided. The exhibits were well displayed and varied and provided an insight into years gone by. Highly recommended.
A gem of a palace, crammed full of paintings, ceramics, furniture, antiquities and other fascinating artefacts. It’s been lovingly restored, and each room is enchanting. It’s not too grand either, so it’s one you could quite easily live in! Are sure you make for the...More
Very interesting historical items on display, from household items, armory, coins, and arts. The audio guide was helpful in explaining many things including the owner of the property. Beautiful property especially the inner courtyard. I recommend a visit to this museum during your visit to...More