It is an archeological museum in Cittadelli on the island of Gozo. The museum presents the history of Gozo from prehistoric times to the present. It is located in a seventeenth-century building called Casa Bondi.
The museum presents sculptures of human figures from the Ġgantija temples and remnants of Arab culture from the vicinity of Xewkija, including the grave of Majmuna with the inscription dated back to 1173.
It was the first museum open to Gozo in 1960. In 1986 it was redesigned and its name changed.
Since 1995, the Gozo Museum of Archaeology is located in the National Inventory of the Cultural Property of the Maltese Islands.
Gozo Museum of Archaeology opening hours
Monday – Sunday: 09.00 – 17.00
Last admission at 16.30.
All 4 Citadel sites (Gran Castello Historic House, Gozo Museum of Archaeology, Old Prison, the Natural Science Museum) + the Citadel Visitor Centre
Adults (at the age of 18 – 59): €5.00
Infants (at the age of 1 – 5): Free
Children (at the age of 6 – 11): €2.50
Youths (at the age of 12 – 17): €3.50
Senior Citizens (at the age of 60 years & over): €3.50
Gozo Museum of Archaeology
Triq Bieb l-Imdina,
Victoria, Gozo VCT 1831
Tel: +356 21 556 144