For those who love history Hypogeum Malta is a must. So if you intend travelling to Malta you have to book much in advance, at last a couple of months before as you will find that they are booked well in advance.
Only 10 person per tour per hours have the possibility of buying a ticket to see the museum. So we suggest that you book the tickets from officially website of the museum. https://booking.heritagemalta.org/
Monday to Sunday: 9.00 – 16.00 (last tour). Ther are two extra tour at 12.00 and 16.00.
Last admission 16.30
Closed on 24, 25 and 31st December, 1 st January and Good Friday.
Hypogeum Malta Tickets: Joint admission fees to Hagar Qim Temples and Mnajdra Temples are as follows:
Adults: (18-59 years of age) - €20.00
Children: (6 - 11 years of age) - €12.00
Youth: (inc. aged 12 - 17) - €15.00
Seniors: (60 years and over) - €15.00
Card Holders: ISIC, EURO<26, ICOM, UoM - €15.00
Tickets purchased are not refundable or exchangeable.
Tours start exactly on time. It is important that you arrive 15 minutes before. If arriving exactly on time you might be refused.
It is a one hour tour. It starts with a small exhibition and a video and then leads into the monument itself with an audio tour. With lighting and music effects it really takes you into a mystic tour giving you an experience not to be missed. You are taken round to all levels. A well worth experience.
Getting there: By car drive up to Paola. There are signs and look for Hal Saflieni Street lying close to the main Paola Church. AS around as the people will be very helpful. You have to look around for parking bay withing the surrounding side streets. It is suggested to part within the white parking bays.
Public Transport: Arriva bus – Routes 83, 84, 91. Follow the signs from the bus stop. It is around 5 minutes walk away from the Paola Parish church.
Eating: There are various snack bars in the Paola church area.
Hop-on hop-off Routes: The Red South Route for both sightseeing operators namely Malta Sightseeing & City Sightseeing Malta pass from here with a stop at the main road a munuite walk to the visitors centre.
Surrounding Villages: Paola and Tarxien are two villages attached to each other. Other villages in the vicinity which encircle the area, Fgura, Luqa, Marsa and the three cities, Cospicua, Vittoriosa and Bormla.
Cultural Attractions: The Tarxien Temple is about 10 minutes wall away where you will also find a stop for the hop-on hop-off route buses apart from bust stops for the Arriva buses.
Do not miss to see the Paola Church.
The three cities of Cospicua, Vittoriosa and Bormla. Fortifications and many interesting things to see.
Hypogeum Malta is a unique must see attraction.