Heritage Malta is committed to making its collection, buildings, programs, and services accessible to all audiences. The principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility apply to all aspects of Heritage Malta’s operations, across all categories of individuals.

Due to the cultural heritage status of Heritage Malta’s sites and museums it is not always possible to transform them into wheelchair accessible places, however, to counteract this, virtual and 3D reconstructions are being produced.

Social Stories and Sensory maps aiming to facilitate visits by people on the Autism Spectrum and/or visitors with Sensory Processes Disorders are also becoming part of our outreach programme, You may access both files for the National Museum of Archaeology and the National Museum for Natural History below.

National Museum of Archaeology Sensory Map

National Museum of Archaeology Social Story

National Museum for Natural History Social Story

National Museum for Natural History Sensory Map

Caregivers of visitors with disabilities are admitted for free.

Regular activities are held targeting diverse and specific audiences, for more information please email us on education@heritagemalta.org