Primary level students start receiving Heritage Malta’s Student Membership Card – applications still accessible online

Primary schools around Malta and Gozo started receiving Heritage Malta’s Student Membership Card for distribution to students who applied for this incentive. More than 5,000 applications have registered so far but the demand is very encouraging and applications are still open for those interested. Heritage Malta with the collaboration of the Ministry for Justice, Culture […]

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A call for proposals for artistic expressions at City Gate

A call for proposals for the design of an artistic expression/s to be installed on the nine columns of the arcaded facade in City Gate has been launched. The aim of this call for proposals, a collaboration between Heritage Malta and the Grand Harbour Regeneration Corporation, is the creation of artistic expression/s, to be unveiled […]

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The top section of Fort St Angelo managed by the Sovereign Military Order of Malta accessible to the public

The upper part of Fort St Angelo managed by the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM) will be made accessible to visitors as from the first week of December, following an agreement with Heritage Malta. This part of the Fort was leased to SMOM in 1998, and subsequently restored. Till now this area was rarely […]

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Heritage Malta launched a new website about classical sculpture in the national collection

Heritage Malta in collaboration with Professor Anthony Bonanno launched a new website in the form of an online catalogue which explores some of the finest and most significant pieces of sculpture in the national collection. Since its foundation in the early years of the 20th century the National Museum of Archaeology has collected an appreciable number […]

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Discounted Price on the Limited Edition ‘Damma’ Publication from Heritage Malta’s stand at the Malta Book Festival

The Maltese language is unique and, as with all other languages, is continuously evolving. It has survived difficult times, and while some traditions may have been lost forever, our language is still alive. So how did the Maltese language evolve through the years? This is evident in a Maltese encyclopaedic dictionary which has been published […]

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Heritage Malta Launches New Membership Scheme

Heritage Malta, in its efforts to increase accessibility to all museums and sites, launched a new membership scheme offering new initiatives and a variety of categories. This new membership scheme follows the Student Membership Scheme aimed at students attending primary schools. The main aim of such initiatives is to increase the amount of local visitors […]

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Fort St Angelo to open regularly as from Tuesday 1st November

As from the 1st of November, Fort St Angelo will start opening to the public on a regular basis. Apart from the site itself, visitors to the fort will also enjoy spectacular views of the Grand Harbour and Valletta. Largely due to its strategic location, dominating the tip of Vittoriosa, the area hosting what is […]

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Heritage Malta Conservation Labs OPEN DAY – the importance of restoration and conservation explored

Launching of a new membership scheme Heritage Malta will be opening the doors of its Conservation Laboratories in Bighi, Kalkara, to the general public on Wednesday 2nd November. During this occasion, Heritage Malta will also be launching an updated version of its membership scheme. Heritage Malta’s Conservation Division at Bighi provides conservation-restoration, preventive conservation, and […]

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Restoration works on Ta’ Kola Windmill inaugurated

Ta’ Kola Windmill in Xagħra Gozo is open again to the public after restoration works on the final phase of the windmill’s mechanism reconstruction project, carried out by Heritage Malta. The inauguration of the restoration works carried out in these last three years was held today by the Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government, […]

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A masterpiece in Heritage Malta’s collection on display in New York and Paris

One of the masterpieces in the national collection, which was on exhibit at the National Museum of Fine Arts, is featuring prominently in New York and eventually Paris in a major restrospective exhibition entitled, ‘Valentin de Buologne: Beyond Caravaggio‘. The painting, ‘Judith and Holofernes’, was depicted by the French seventeenth artist, Valentin de Buologne (1591-1632). […]

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