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There is a lot of construction going on all around here making this venue very difficult to find currently. Still, this is a very interesting thing to see. It will take only 30 minutes or less, but will be well worth the effort, money and...More
This was a special visit for our family of 15! I did not book a tour, but a multimedia tour for my family, but when the guide saw we had a rather large group, one of the guides took us around the museum and into...More
Went in with the Omnia card so it was free (would recommend as I wouldn't pay to enter due to the size of the place, it is very small). Me and my friend did not pay the extra to use the tablets which I feel...More
For those with an interest in biblical history or who find visiting sites associated with biblical events, these few rooms are well worth adding to the itinerary. There is fairly solid evidence that Paul the apostle was imprisoned at this site just prior to his...More
We booked online to attend the Mamertine Prison, we were booked for the 5pm session, there was one other couple already in inside, when we arrived we had no confirmation with us, we asked them to check our reservation under our name, they advised very...More
I can't put into words what it was like to be actually standing in the prison where the Apostle Paul wrote 2nd Timothy and the Apostle Peter wrote 2nd Peter as they both, at separate times, awaited their execution. "God hath not given us the...More
The price of admission to see Mamertine Prison is €10. The only form of payment acceptable is by card, no cash. Considering the fact that the prison consists of a small upper chamber and a smaller lower chamber (where the inmates were kept while waiting...More
Two of the most significant figures in the Bible, the apostles Paul and Peter, were imprisoned at this site. It really brings to life the significance of the times as early Christianity clashed with Rome.
Pro Tip: the site is not open too late so...More
We had Omnia cards so did not have to pay an additional entrance fee. The prison is only small with a few cells but it is a very special place. It is humbling to be where Peter and Paul were once imprisoned. Its nice to...More