National Museum of Natural History – Vilhena Palace Internal Courtyard

In the historic heart of the country, the majestic front courtyard of Vilhena Palace is conveniently situated just a few steps away from the main gates of the Silent City of Mdina. The 18th Century palace reconstructed in 1726 by Grandmaster Antoino Manuel De Vilhena, on plans by Charles Francois de Mondion, replaced the original building of the medieval University which once stood there.

Vilhena Palace Internal Courtyard

With is sumptuous grand staircase, large pond, wishing well, trees and arched peristyle, the internal courtyard of what is now the National Museum of Natural History, provides an imposing baroque backdrop to any function or event

Facilities – Toilets

Restrictions – Sound till 11pm / No confetti as per all Mdina

Parking Space – Street Parking

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