St. Agatha's Crypt, Catacombs & Museum, Rabat

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Explore the ancient underground system of St. Agatha's Crypt, Catacombs & Museum, the earliest and largest archeological site with evidence of Christianity in Malta. Take a tour through a series of interconnected cemeteries dating back to Roman times, where you can see well-preserved frescoes and even skeletons. Don't leave before viewing the history museum above ground, where collections of fossils, pottery, statues, religious items, and coins are displayed. Keep in mind the catacombs tour includes dark and small spaces, and claustrophobic visitors might not be comfortable. Photos are not allowed in the tombs. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to St. Agatha's Crypt, Catacombs & Museum by using our Rabat trip itinerary builder.
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  • We choose to visit the St Agatha Catacombs over the St Paul's which is just a stone trow away. Arrived at 16:15. There was a red sign on the closed door "Come in we're open" and another "Guided tour a...  more »
  • We visited with three children aged 4,7&8. As other reviewers have mentioned this is really well done with guided tour of the catacombs and good explanation for example without the guide explanation I...  more »
  • The rock serves of shelter, burial and protection in different times historical and some to others is have respected despite the need of protect the life. Is an example par current humanity that should be left to future generations both the historical legacy and the advances that this era has managed
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