Exhibitions and Events

A lecture on the conservation project of Maestro Alberto’s 15th century Renaissance panel

A 15th century Renaissance panel painting currently on exhibit in ‘Reborn – an early Renaissance painting in focus’ at the National Museum of Archaeology will be the focus of a lecture discussing the conservation project undertaken. The panel will eventually be exhibited at MUŻA, the new national community art museum, a flagship project of Valletta […]

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Nine masterpieces from the national collection on display at Palazzo Barberini in Rome

Masterpieces from the national collection that will be on display in the community art museum, il-MUŻA, are currently featuring prominently in Rome in a major exhibition entitled, ‘Mediterraneo in Chiaroscuro – Ribera, Stomer e Preti da Malta a Roma’. These include works by Jusepe de Ribera, Matthias Stom and Francesco de Mura featured next to […]

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Winter Solstice at Mnajdra Temples

Heritage Malta invites you to experience the annual Winter Solstice Sunrise at one of its most picturesque sites, Mnajdra Temples. Welcome the winter season on 21st December by joining us to watch sunrise at one of our unique Neolithic temples. The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year and is the first day of […]

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Explore a 15th Century Renaissance Panel Painting after Restoration and Conservation

A 15th century Renaissance panel painting is currently on exhibit in, ‘Reborn – an early Renaissance painting in focus’, organised by Heritage Malta at the National Museum of Archaeology. This exhibition presents the result of a conservation project undertaken on a 15th century Renaissance panel which will eventually be exhibited at MUŻA, the new national community art […]

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Edward Lear in Gozo – 150 years later

Heritage Malta is commemorating the 150th anniversary of Edward Lear’s stay in Gozo through the Expresso Exhibition, ‘Edward Lear in Gozo – 150 years later’. The exhibition will remain open till Saturday 28th January 2017 at Heritage Malta’s office in the Cittadella, Gozo. During his one week sojourn between 16th March and 23rd March 1866, […]

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Heritage Malta to open its museums and sites for FREE on 8th December

On 8th December, a public holiday, Heritage Malta is opening practically all its museums and sites for free, with the exception of Ta’ Ħaġrat and Skorba Temples, Ta’ Bistra Catacombs, the Palace Staterooms, the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum and the National Museum of Fine Arts which is being transformed into a new community museum called MUŻA. […]

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SEMINAR – Exploring the Castrum Maris, Fort St. Angelo during the Middle Ages

Fort St Angelo is closely associated with the Order of St John. In reality it boasts a more extensive heritage. This will be the focus of a series of lectures that will explore Fort St. Angelo’s importance during the medieval past, then known as Castrum Maris. The event will take place on Wednesday 16th November […]

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L-Għid tal-Erwieħ – a thematic supper on All Souls’ Day at the Inquisitor’s Palace

Heritage Malta will be highlighting popular traditions and beliefs in souls and the afterlife, through l-Għid tal-Erwieħ. This event will include a traditional supper at the Inquisitor’s Palace and the possibility of  a sleep-over in its seventeenth-century prison cells. Theatrical representations of the newwieħa (hired-mourners) will be setting the scene for the traditional meal based […]

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Ice cream in the 17th and 18th Century Malta – An exclusive sensory experience at the Inquisitor’s Palace

Heritage Malta will once again be organising a unique event open for all ages. The Inquisitor’s Palace’s kitchen will go back in time to explore and experience how the ice cream was produced during the 17th and 18th century.  The event will be held on Thursday, 13th and 20th October respectively at 19.30hrs. Tickets for […]

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