Celebrations and Opening times – Mdina Cathedral Museum Archives

Celebrations and Opening times

Special fests celebrated at the Cathedral

The feast of the Conversion of St Paul – 25 th January

The feast of St Peter and St Paul – 29 th June

The feast of The Assumption of Our Lady – 15 th August

Special celebrations are held in Christmas, Lent and Easter.

In December a Napolitan baroque Crib is prepared for the public consisting of over 200 artistic figures.

During lent a magnificent baroque Altar of repose with an exquisite silver tabernacle is laid for the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.

Food, drinks, stiletto heels and flash photos are restricted in the Cathedral. The public is informed to enter the Cathedral decently dressed. The Cathedral offers disposable wear for the visitors and appreciates the public to respect such policies.

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Mdina Sepurklu
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Opening days and times

Monday to Saturday: 9.30am5.00pm
Sunday: 3.00pm5.00pm


At 9.00 am
At 6.00 pm
Rosary – 5.30 pm


At 9.00 am
At 11.00 am
At 6.00 pm
Rosary is at 5.30 pm


Before each Mass, and on Saturday evening from 5.00pm till 6.30pm
On Sundays from 9.15am till noon , and from 5.00pm till 6.00pm


Every Friday during Lent at 6.25pm


Every Friday 4.15pm till 5.45pm silent adoration in the Chapel dedicated to the Blessed Sacrament

The Cathedral reserves the right to put restrictions on admission during celebrations such as the rosary, mass, weddings, funerals and any other celebrations that are held from time to time at the Cathedral.