If you expect a Dysneyland type of fancy 'prehistoric' attraction, forget about it. Yet, if you are truly interested in the Neolithic revolution and mysteries of that crucial period, then this place is the must, like Stonehenge or Ġgantija on Gozo island. Hypogeum is well prepared for visitors and well managed with just 10 visitors per hour. You have to book online at least one-two months in advance. If you opt for an improvised visit, go early in the morning one day in advance to the National Museum of Fine Arts. There every morning at 9.00 a.m twenty tickets are sold for the next day's visit. We came at 6.30 a.m. and were the first ones. Other early birds started to flock around 7.30, but even if you come at 8 a.m., you might have a chance to get the last tickets.
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