MORE FOR YOUR GOZO – DISCOVER GOZO COMBO TICKETS
Make the most of your visit to Gozo and gain access to all of Heritage Malta’s museums and sites for less.
Be awed by the Neolithic megaliths of the UNESCO World Heritage ĠgantijaTemples in Xagħra. Pop round the corner and explore the ethnographic museum in the 18th century Ta’ Kola windmill during the magistracy of Grandmaster Emmanuel de Rohan.
Back in Rabat/Victoria, learn about Gozo’s multi-faceted past in the interactive Citadel Visitor Centre. Armed with a brief overview, walk up to the imposing fortress on the hill for some impressive panoramic views of the island.
Discover the graffiti carved onto the walls of the oldest prison on Gozo, where Fra Jean Parisot de La Valette was incarcerated in 1538. Ponder over a young Muslim girl’s poignant epitaph inscribed on Maymūnah’s stone in the Gozo Museum of Archaeology. Relive a magical milestone in mankind’s history and view the fragments of moonstone brought from the moon’s surface by the crew of Apollo II in the Gozo Nature Museum. Finally imagine what everyday life was like during the late medieval period in the Gran Castello Historic House.
Heritage Malta is pleased to announce two Discover Gozo Combo tickets that will enable visitors to enter seven different cultural locations whenever they want to over the period of a month.
Both the Discover Gozo and the Discover Gozo Family Combo tickets will allow access to the following museums and sites:
Xagħra: Ġgantija Temples and Ta’ Kola Windmill open every day from 10:00 to 16:30.
Rabat/Victoria: Citadel Visitor Centre, Gozo Prison, Gozo Museum of Archaeology, Gozo Nature Museum, and Gran Castello Historic House open Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10:00 to 16:30.
The Discover Gozo Combo ticket costs €13 for Adults, €9 for Seniors and Students, and €7 euros for Children. It is valid for one month from the date of purchase.
The Discover Gozo Family Combo ticket covers two adults and two children, costs €35, and is also valid for one month from the date of purchase.
Tickets can be purchased from all Museum and Site Shops and online HERE