Monthly Archive
for: ‘April, 2019’

Full turnout for first Heritage Malta Passport Visa event

All the four exclusive guided tours at Ta’ Kordin III Temples which were organized by Heritage Malta for those students who succeeded to get their first Heritage Malta Passport Visa were fully booked last Sunday, 28th April. The students, each with two accompanying adults, had the opportunity to a free visit of the Neolithic Temples […]

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Watch the Fireworks Festival from the best spot

On Tuesday 30th April, watch the spectacular Fireworks Festival from Fort St Angelo!  While there, why not visit and experience the curated exhibition ‘Behind Closed Doors’ which is marking the fortieth anniversary since the departure of foreign military forces from Malta on 31st March 1979. Normal admission prices €8 (adults), €5 (seniors and students), and […]

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Reduced entry fee to Ħaġrat Temples during Festa Frawli

This Sunday 28th April, during Festa Frawli, Heritage Malta will be opening Ta’ Ħaġrat Temples in Mġarr, Malta, at a reduced price. Ta’ Ħaġrat was excavated between 1923 and 1926 and includes two well-preserved structures.  The older one, dating to the Ġgantija phase (3600-3200 BC), has a monumental doorway that leads into a courtyard with […]

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What is the impact of alien and invasive species?

The monthly meeting which is being held this Friday, 26th April, at the National Museum of Natural History, Mdina, will continue on the topic which was introduced last month; alien and invasive species. While in March, the event focused on the Mediterranean region as a whole, this time it will concentrate on the Maltese Islands. […]

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Open Day at Ta’ Kola Windmill

Ta’ Kola Windmill dates back to the Knights’ Period and is the only one on the island that has been restored to its originality. This Sunday, 28th April, Heritage Malta, in collaboration with the Xagħra Local Council, is organising an Open Day on the occasion of Jum ix-Xagħra. Ta’ Kola Windmill is one of several […]

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Milk in 17th and 18th Century Malta

Next Thursday, 25th April, Heritage Malta is inviting the public for the sixth historic cook-along session Milk in 17th and 18th Century Malta, at the Inquisitor’s Palace in Birgu. The Criminal Proceedings of the Inquisition throw interesting light on the consumption of milk and other dairy products by the inhabitants of the Maltese Islands. Cheese, […]

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The Black Procession

Yesterday evening, on the initiative of the Vittoriosa Good Friday Commission and in collaboration with Heritage Malta, the old streets of Vittoriosa witnessed the revival of a procession that was known as ‘Il-Pruċissjoni s-Sewda’ (The Black Procession) and the re-enactment of the translation (the transfer of relics from one place to another) of a highly […]

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New agreement signed towards a more modern working environment within Heritage Malta

Heritage Malta, within the Ministry for Justice, Culture and Local Government, has embarked on a project to improve the agency and its work environment by taking necessary actions towards the modernisation of the agency’s structure, systems and processes. During a visit at the Archaeology Museum, Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government Owen Bonnici reiterated […]

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Heritage Malta launches Senior Passport to further increase accessibility within the cultural sector

  Following the success of the Heritage Malta Student Passport scheme, and various feedback received from various sectors, Heritage Malta, within the Ministry for Justice, Culture and Local Government, has decided to launch a similar scheme aimed at Senior Citizens – the Heritage Malta Senior Passport. With this passport, an elder and two accompanying youths […]

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A special stamp by Michela for Heritage Malta’s Passport

Heritage Malta’s Passport offers free and unlimited access to all Heritage Malta’s museums and sites (except the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum) for a student and two accompanying adults. However, from time to time, this Passport is introducing further fantastic surprises. In fact, in the coming days, Heritage Malta is providing all the Maltese and Gozitan students […]

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