Extended viewing hours for ‘Giorgio Preca ta’ Malta’ exhibition in February

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 catering@muza.org.mt 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:

CLICK HERE to book.

*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.