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The ticket includes admission to the museum, the grotto itself, as well as the catacombs and WW2 air raid shelter. Excellent value and super interesting. Don't miss it if you have a couple of hours to spare in Rabat.
This is quite an experience for Christians to visit and experience the Grotto that was shelter for St Paul after his shipwreck stranded him on Malta. The grotto is spartan but there are beautiful altars/chapels adjacent to it as well as the ornate Sanctuary of...More
had a good experience visiting the locals celebrating the food festival the churches was light up with a band plying on the streets. Ever so often you would hear and see fireworks. the whole visit was exciting it was an amazing feeling.
The grotto is part of the Wignacourt Museum and the museum ticket also includes the grotto, catacombs, WW2 shelters. The grotto itself is a very austere area, though there are more elaborate alters adjacent to it.
My husband & I visited St Paul’s Catacombs, St Paul’s Grotto & the Musuem. Exceptional Value at 5 Euro + 2 Euro for the Audio Guides. The Audio Guides are a must. It is quite special to see St Paul’s Grotto.
This area you can see the best of Malta and all in walking distance. One whole day you can spend here and you will not be disappointed. Peaceful and Serene and no traffic and lots of lovely cafes without being too commercialised.
The grotto is part of the Wignacourt Museum and ticket price includes the grotto, catacombs, WW2 shelters and museum. The grotto is access via steps to the left of reception and the path forks, straight on to the grotto and left to the catacombs. There...More
St Paul's grotto is the site to see in Malta if you are a christian or if you are fascinated by christian history. This site is supposedly the cave that Paul took refuge in while shipwrecked on the island. He was bitten by a serpent...More