Projects

Fort St Angelo

In March 2012, the EU, through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), allocated 13 million Euros (85% EU, 15% Local Government) for the restoration, conservation and reuse of the area allocated to Heritage Malta within Fort St. Angelo. The project will first valorise the extant historic fabric of the Fort by retaining, conserving and reusing […]

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Vodafone Foundation helps Heritage Malta preserve Ggantija Temples

Heritage Malta?s Ggantija Temples are offering an enhanced visitor experience thanks to a direct investment of ?200,000 by the Vodafone Malta Foundation. The Vodafone Ggantija Project has consisted of incorporating two new lightweight walkways which will now take visitors straight into the heart of the temples. The project also includes an interactive digital and virtual […]

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Emergency restoration and conservation works at Fort St Angelo, Birgu – CLOSED

Restoration of the Main Gate facade. Click here to view tender. – CLOSED –

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Temporary Entrance to the Ġgantija Temples

Heritage Malta wishes to inform the general public that as from Monday the 26th of March, due to ongoing conservation works at the Ġgantija Temples Xaghra, the entrance to this archaeological site off Imqades Street will be closed to the public. Access to this site will be via another entrance located on Parisot Street. Appropriate […]

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Installation of a new custom-made walkway at Tarxien Temples

Heritage Malta’s Tarxien Temples are currently undergoing an embellishment and conservation project under a 9.2 million Euros Archaeological Heritage Conservation Project, 85% of which are co-financed through the European Regional Development Funds (ERDF). This project will include works on three Heritage Malta sites, namely Tarxien Temples (Tarxien), ?gantija Archeological Park (Xaghra, Gozo) and St. Paul’s […]

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New Bronze Age Hall at the National Museum of Archaeology

Heritage Malta?s renovation of the Bronze Age Hall at the National Museum of Archaeology is the latest display project undertaken. The Bronze Age Hall, and another section dedicated to the mystery of the Cart Ruts, shed further light on Malta?s prehistory and provide for further understanding of people?s livelihoods during that particular period. The official […]

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Blessing and Inauguration of Bells – Malta Maritime Museum Clock Tower

Heritage Malta yesterday installed three newly acquired bells within the bell tower of the Malta Maritime Museum. These bells were christened Lorenza, Maria Concetta and Maria Victoria by the Vittoriosa Archpriest. Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi, Hon. Mario De Marco, Heritage Malta’s Chairman Joseph Said, CEO Frank Mifsud and board members were present during the inauguration […]

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