Il-Hagar open for Gozo Alive with exhibitions, tours and local food
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Il-Hagar museum in Victoria will be participating in next weekend’s Gozo Alive programme of activities through temporary exhibitions and other events, including:
Ferroni & Coccetta: Exploring Light; Gozo Alive” Philatelic Covers prepared by the Gozo Philatelic Society; Ave Verum Corpus – crucifixes and; Expectant and Mushap – multimedia exhibition by Stephania Grima and Giuseppe Attard.
Next Saturday, the 4th of May, the museum said that it will remain open till midnight with numerous guided tours.
These will also cover the interesting permanent exhibits, including coins, religious artefacts, statues, paintings, square piano, Pope Francis’s cassock as cardinal and other pontifical apparel and documents and the Joseph Vella Music Archive.During the Saturday morning there will be sessions from 10am with various authors who will be able to discuss their work and sign copies at reduced prices.
Then at noon a – Taste of Gozo – with traditional eats, will be held on the panoramic roof, tickets are priced at €17 each.
Il-Hagar museum is located in St George’s Square and entrance is free of charge.