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Quirky museum with models representing forms of torture in pastimes. There are boards around inside that tell you further detail also.
The muesum is fairly small; it doesn't take long to get round but it is worth a visit; especially for the €5 entrance fee.
This museum was the most fascinating I have ever been to. It may be the subject matter, or that it was actually built inside the location where it all happened! This is a museum that depicts true to history and gruesome (not for the faint...More
Gives an insight into the brutality of the past - particularly the inquisition years
Certainly glad I was not here - or in any part of Europe during this period. Our ancestors certainly had to be of resilient stick to survive!
Just as we entered Mdina to our right was the Vilhena Palace now converted to the Museum of Natural History of Malta. Our guide mentioned that located below is another paid but horrific attraction called the Dungeons. Open for a fixed time with a charge...More
Every exhibit included a description that was both educational and alarming. Descriptive, gruesome, dark and creepy...just what you'd expect in a dungeon. Actually, what we experienced was much more than what we had expected. It was worth the time and visit.