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Heritage Malta welcomes Patti Smith at Mnajdra Temples

Heritage Malta shall be welcoming Patti Smith, a renowned musician and artist, for a poetry evening at Mnajdra Temples next Wednesday 9th April. The event is being organized by Inizjamed and Kinemastik, who are donating all profits of the event to the conservation and management of Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra Megalithic Temples, both sites recognised […]

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Heritage Malta to open Ta’ Ħaġrat Temples at a reduced price during Festa Frawli

Heritage Malta will be opening the Ta’ Ħaġrat Temples in Mġarr at a reduced price during the annual Festa Frawli which will be held on Sunday 6th April. Festa Frawli is a day-long event which has now become a popular stage in the Maltese calendar, marking the beginning of the strawberry season. The event, organized […]

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Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra Temples – Extended Hours

As from the 1st of April and right up to the 30th of September Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra Temples will be open from 08.00 – 19.15hrs with the last admission being at 18.45hrs.

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Visit the National Museum of Archaeology and the 100 objects exhibition for free on Freedom Day

Heritage Malta will be opening the National Museum of Archaeology free of charge on the 31st of March. Visitors will also be able to visit the unique exhibition “Malta, the great story of a small island-nation through 100 objects”. The National Museum of Archaeology is housed in the Auberge de Provence, in Republic Street, Valletta. The […]

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‘MALTA – The Great Story of a small Island-Nation through 100 Objects’ – exhibition inauguration

The exhibition ‘MALTA – The Great Story of a small Island-Nation through 100 Objects’ was inaugurated by his Hon. Prime Minster of Malta Dr Joseph Muscat on Monday 17th March, 2014. Each object on display tells a unique story, but when combined, these objects narrate the glorious history of an island-nation whose destiny was largely […]

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Il-Qarċilla at the Inquisitor’s Palace

Heritage Malta will be treating its patrons to an original and unique Carnival event this year: Il-Qarċilla at the Inquisitor’s Palace. Il-qarċilla is a poetic farce in Maltese which up to a hundred years ago formed part of the Carnival celebrations held in Valletta and was also very popular in a number of villages. A […]

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Meeting the Audience: the art of making a gallery

A lecture by Dr Sarah Medlam, former Deputy Keeper at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Heritage Malta, in collaboration with St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity, has the pleasure to announce a public lecture by Sarah Medlam, former Deputy Keeper at the Victoria and Albert Museum of London. The lecture entitled ‘Meeting the Audience: […]

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Richard England donates books to Heritage Malta

Prof Richard England has recently presented a selection of his books which he has authored on architecture, art and also three volumes of his poetry, to Heritage Malta. Also included in the donation are a series of international publications on his architectural works by various well known critics and renowned architectural authors. The books will […]

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St. Paul’s Catacombs Admission Prices

Due to works being carried out at St. Paul’s Catacombs in relation to the Archaeological Park project, as from January 1st 2014, and on temporary basis, the entrance fee to St. Paul’s Catacombs will be as follows: Adults – €4.00 (reduction of €1) Students/Seniors/Youths – €2.50 (reduction of €1) Children – €1.50 (reduction of €1) […]

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Heritage Malta’s Ġgantija Project wins Din l-Art Ħelwa Architectural Heritage Award

The project designed by Design Technical Resources, the architects who had won the architectural competition organised by Heritage Malta in 2009 for ‘Enhancing the Visitor Experience at the Ġgantija Heritage Park’, has been awarded the Prix d’Honneur in Category A – Major Regeneration Projects, and Silver Medal for Best Project of 2013 in this year’s […]

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