Sibt ma’ Temi for World Children’s Day

Who knows which narratives would Sir Themistocles “Temi” Zammit discuss if one had the opportunity to meet him? Exceptionally successful in several fields, he was mainly a medical doctor, however he was also a professor of chemistry, an archaeologist, a historian, a researcher and a writer. On Saturday, 17th November, Heritage Malta is making this extraordinary encounter possible for children who would like to meet him.

The first part of the activity will take place at Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum in Paola. Children will watch the Hypogeum’s audiovisual show and learn about several artefacts found inside the visitor centre (this event does not include a tour of the hypogeum). During this activity, parents/guardians will wait for their children in the reception area.

The next part of the event will take place at Tarxien Temples in Tarxien. Children, together with their parents/guardians and a Heritage Malta member will walk to the temples in order to participate in an activity prepared for them. Adults are expected to accompany their children during this activity. Afterwards, they can stay on for some nibbles.

Time of the event: 9:30hrs – 13:00hrs.

TICKETS, valid for one child and one accompanying adult cost €10 each and can be purchased from all Heritage Malta sites, and museums, and ONLINE.

The activity is only open to twenty children, so early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.

 

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