Exhibitions and Events

Middle Sea Race from Fort St Elmo

On Saturday 20th October, Heritage Malta is inviting the public to enjoy a twofold experience at Fort St Elmo in Valletta. Participants can take advantage of the remarkable dominating position of the fort’s bastions to view the Middle Sea Race which will start off from the historical Grand Harbour in Valletta. Moreover, they can benefit […]

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Reduced combined admission for Birgu Heritage Malta sites during Birgufest

From Friday 12th to Sunday 14th October, during the Birgufest celebrations, Heritage Malta will be offering a reduced combined admission fee to the public to visit the Inquisitor’s Palace, the Malta Maritime Museum, and Fort St Angelo. On Friday 12th October, a combined ticket for the price of €2 will provide access to the Inquisitor’s […]

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Dark tales at Fort St Angelo for the curious and the brave

On Friday, 12th October, Heritage Malta will be opening Fort St Angelo’s doors while the night is creeping in. Two animated tours, based on tales of mystery and the supernatural relating to this historical fort, will take visitors on a spooky journey which will reveal the notorious dark past of this place. Targeted for the […]

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Open Day at Malta’s Oldest Monument – Għar Dalam

On Sunday 7th October, Heritage Malta will be opening Għar Dalam Cave and Museum in Birżebbuġa free of charge to the general public. This is a great opportunity to visit one of Malta’s oldest prehistoric sites. Created during the early phases of the Ice Age by rushing water penetrating into narrow crevices and dissolving long stretches […]

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Latest Heritage Malta exhibition focuses on the discovery of a Phoenician shipwreck

Exploring the Phoenician Shipwreck off Xlendi, Gozo is the latest Heritage Malta exhibition. The exhibition focuses on the discovery of a Phoenician shipwreck which dates back to 700 BC. Discovered off Xlendi in 2007, at a depth of 110m, this intriguing ancient vessel has attracted worldwide attention since it is the oldest wreck ever found […]

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Learn how science can assist cultural heritage

On Friday 28th September, as part of the Science in the City events taking place in Valletta, Heritage Malta is inviting the general public (from 12 years of age up) to learn about conservation science via an excellent case study of the Gran Salon conservation project, currently on going with the support of the Bank […]

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An Invitation to Taste History

On Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th October, Heritage Malta will be providing the general public with the opportunity to taste history at the dining hall of the Malta Maritime Museum in Birgu. Based on a new concept of retracing and recreating menus from the past, guests will be invited to surprise themselves with the flavours […]

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Free entry to Inquisitor’s Palace on public holiday

Take photos and participate in Wiki Loves Monuments competition On Friday, 21st September, Heritage Malta is opening the doors of the Inquisitor’s Palace in Birgu for free to be enjoyed by the general public. Considered as an architectural gem, this majestic building was the official residence of Mgr Pietro Dusina, the first general inquisitor and […]

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Victory Day celebrations at Fort St Angelo

On 8th September 2018, Heritage Malta will open Fort St Angelo’s doors to the general public on a reduced admission price of €2 to commemorate Victory Day. The event will feature the opening of Upper Fort St Angelo which is managed by the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. Victory Day happens to be very significant […]

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Sleepover at Għar Dalam

Heritage Malta is offering an opportunity to enjoy the cultural and natural heritage in the vicinity of Għar Dalam Cave in a different atmosphere and to sleep in the open air in a safe and tranquil environment from Saturday 11th August to the following Sunday morning. The participants will walk through Wied Dalam valley to the […]

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