The ' Natural history museum' cost 12 euros that was for an adult and two teens ( students). There wasn't a lot to see, birds mostly, skeletons, molluscs, stones, crabs. I'm glad it wasn't expensive. There is always a man with his horse and cart outside these places, we have not seen fields on our visits and consider it a bit cruel. There Is a glass shop across from the museum I bought a bracelet from. There is a coffee machine and vending machine inside the entrance to the museum 60 cents.
Seems a lot of the birds they have displayed are rare, we see wood pigeons for example, in or garden frequently in Summer, we have noticed the lack of animals around Malta.
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