Every Friday during the month of February MUŻA, the National Community Art Museum, will be extending its visiting hours for the exhibition ‘Giorgio Preca ta’ Malta. An International Artist with a Modern Spirit’ between the hours of 18:00 and 21:00. Linger on in the capital and let Giorgio Preca’s pioneering spirit and vibrant modernist paintings inspire and illuminate a wintry evening. Make a night out of it and join us in the city where Preca was born.
Admission for the highly interactive ‘Giorgio Preca ta’ Malta’ exhibition is €5 per person (Heritage Malta Members go in free). Want to add an extra bonus to your visit? We are also offering a guided walk-through of the exhibition to start at 20:00 every Friday at the cost of €10 per person instead of €5*. Want to really make a night out of it? Book a table at the MUŻA Restaurant on the same day, show your €10 guided walk-through ticket (€5 for Heritage Members) and get a €10 discount off your total bill (1 €10 ticket per person when ordering a main course meal each). Reservation of tables by calling on +356 7979 0900 or sending an email on firstname.lastname@example.org is suggested. Art and dine, it’s a win-win situation! Since there are limited places reserved for each walk-through, pre-booking (on a first-come, first-served basis) is necessary. Tickets are available from any Heritage Malta museum or site, or online:
*The ticket price of €5 and €10 including guided walk-through does not cover entrance to the museum. The museum will not be open during the ‘Giorgio Preca ta’ Malta – An International Artist with a Modern Spirit’ – Extended Opening Hours on Fridays during the month of February.
Read more about Giorgio Preca, the artist, HERE (link to article ‘From Rome With Love’ )
Click HERE to watch a 360 Tour of the exhibition
Visitors will be required to present a valid vaccine certificate with the exception of children under the age of 12 years.
Visitors who do not have a valid vaccine certificate can enter HM Sites/Museums if they provide either of the below:
- Negative RT-PCR or antigen test result not exceeding 72 hours;
- Positive RT-PCR test result not older than 6 months, certifying recovery from COVID-19;
- Vaccination cards issued by health authorities;
- Visitors showing a health certificate stating that visitor cannot be vaccinated due to a health condition.
Normal museum opening hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday till Sunday between 9:00 and 16:30.