We opted for combination entrance tickets at the Natural History Museum in Mdina, otherwise it would not have been worth the Euro 6 admission fee. The Roman House Museum (or Domus Romana) is situated outside and across a road from the main gate of Mdina - well within walking distance. Entrance is through galleries showing aspects of Roman daily life with informative signage. In the midst of this is a battery of touch-screen computers showing typical Maltese recipes. We just couldn't see the connection! Beyond this are the two rooms with mosaic floors and some statuary, again with good explanatory signage. The door to the open-air part of the site led to disappointment. There was no access to and little explanation of the relics. No-one was on-hand to ask either. The path led past a small kiosk selling tourist booklets, etc., to the exit. There appeared to be much more potential for development into what could be a very interesting site
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