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This was an interesting and informative film, depicting Malta's history. This was great value for money at only €6.5 adults. We bought tickets for €11.5 adults and €6 children which entitles you to access both this and the Knights of Malta. The staff were very...More
I have just been to the Mdina Experience with my friends and enjoyed every second of it. We could benefit from a student discount which made it more worth watching. In 30 minutes the history of Mdina was explained in detail. The old house is...More
There's a lot of history to explore in Malta, so don't waste your money or time on the "Mdina experience." It's a real joke, a low resolution short documentary that's not worth the money. The music drowns out the narration and if you listen to...More
€6.50 per adult. 30 minute video in a comfy cinema. Interesting but still don’t really know why/ when Mdina ceased to be the capital & not sure why the ladies taking the money/ tickets needed to be dressed up!
This documentary is brilliantly produced, for a very specific market. Content, colour and sound are fine and the whole film has been very professionally directed. Even the actors have been carefully selected for the roles they play and the era they are supposed to come...More
The Mdina Experience si a very informative and very well done audio visual show telling you everything about the history of Mdina. I am studing english and i found it very helpful that i can hear ti in different languages. The staff are very polite...More
The Mdina Experience audio visual show gave me more history of this beautiful city than I imagined and brought me back to experience the painful times of Malta. The fact that I could hear it in my own language helped a lot. Would recommend it...More
While touring Mdina, we watched this film presentation. It was well done and interesting. It is definitely worth the price of admission considering the long and colorful history of this island. It will help the visitor understand just why there are so many forts!!!