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This museum gives you a good idea as to what daily life was like on Gozo in years gone by.. it is... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2018
Stourbridge, United Kingdom
A good ethnographic museum displaying traditional crafts and industries of old

The folklore museum is housed in the Gran Castello historic house of the Citadel, which is a... read more

Reviewed 27 March 2018
Dundee, United Kingdom
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Triq Melite Bernardo | Now called Grand Castello Historic House, not Folklore museum, Victoria, Island of Gozo VCT 1860, Malta
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Reviewed 9 June 2018

This museum housed over a number of floors within old buildings gives a very fine introduction to life on the island.

Thank Ivor M
Reviewed 21 May 2018

This museum gives you a good idea as to what daily life was like on Gozo in years gone by.. it is on various floors of the old house so there is quite a lot of walking up and down stairs. Definitely worth a visit.

Thank anm53
Reviewed 27 March 2018

The folklore museum is housed in the Gran Castello historic house of the Citadel, which is a medieval building dating to the early 16th century. Entry is through the combined Citadel ticket (5 Euros) from the visitor centre. The exhibits were spread over 3 floors...More

Thank zubenel57
Reviewed 20 March 2018

An excellent introduction to life on Gozo in a wonderful example of a local house. Admission was part of inclusive ticket to the Citadel's attractions.

Thank Donal M
Reviewed 11 November 2017

The Historic House provides a good history of the life of the people of Gozo: how they raised and processed their food, made their clothes and their music. You move from room-to-room with well-explained displays of, for example, typical peasant outfits, fishing nets, bagpipes. A...More

Thank Iambic
Reviewed 4 November 2017

A fascinating insight into the past of the Citadel. This townhouse has been turned into a folklore museum which shows the different aspects of the past lives of the inhabitants of the Citadel. There are many small audio visual displays as well as many interesting...More

Thank Mags
Reviewed 28 October 2017

One of the few remaining buildings within the Citadel. Worth a visit though it'll only take a while if you get lost in the maze of rooms!

Thank Roxanne C
Reviewed 26 September 2017

Dealing with different aspects of Gozoan life over the last few hundred years, it is interesting place to wander around if your legs are good - you are up and down a lot of uneven stairs.

Thank John L
Reviewed 8 September 2017

Excellent value ticket bought from the Citadel Visitors' Centre - one of a five part museum/buildings entrance fees. A simple museum in an old house (Grand Castello) which exhibits e.g. kitchenalia, farming and fishing equipment plus some examples of Gozitan clothing. The videos which demonstrate...More

Thank graeme54-11
Reviewed 29 August 2017

This museum gives you a very good sense of what life was like within the Citadel walls. Well curated and easy to understand what life was like for those who lived there. The cross over of uses where the restaurant of today shares it cooking...More

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