Esplora Interactive Science Centre
Very well set up educational museum that’s a great option for children (yet still entertaining for adults).
A fascinating and varied collection of objects that have survived the test of time surprisingly well. There’s something of interest to everyone here.
Casa Rocca Piccola
A very capable and friendly tour guide takes you through the home, starting on the hour from the courtyard, which also offers access to the home’s WWII shelter that lies 30m underground.
The Manoel Theatre
The theatre’s interior is something to behold and its survival throughout the centuries remarkable.
A bit of a hidden gem, Fort Rinella offers so much more than just the cannon itself.
Malta Aviation Museum
Spread out over three hangars, you’ll find the beautifully restored Spitefire Mk IX and Hawker Hurricane IIA, among over two dozen other aircraft.
Lascaris War Rooms
A tour of the complex takes you back to the days of WWII and despite the simple waxwork figures you get a vivid impression of life during the war.
National War Museum and Fort St. Elmo
The museum is housed inside the barracks of Fort St. Elmo, which was built at the tip of the peninsula before Valletta as a city was even conceived.
Rabat - Malta
The well preserved, intricate mosaics as well as the artefacts on display make for an interesting viewing and exploration of Malta during the Romans.
St. Paul’s Catacombs
Rabat - Malta
Used up until the 4th century AD, this underground Roman cemetery served the inhabitants of the ancient city of Melite.
Taking a step even further back in time from the Megalithic Temples, the Għar Dalam cave is a cavity that stretches out over 145 metres.
Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum is a unique gem dating as far back as 4000 BC. The site is an underground complex.
Possibly the most popular prehistoric temple in Malta, Ħaġar Qim is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The temple complex consists of three structures from different prehistoric periods, with the oldest one possibly having over 5500 years.
National Museum of Archaeology
Malta’s human history dates back to around 5200 BC and numerous artefacts have been found across sites that date back to the early periods.
Fort St. Elmo
Built on the location where a medieval castle once stood, the fort was to become the Order’s headquarters.
Fortifications Interpretation Centre
Explore the ingenious plans and designs behind the city of Valletta and its fortifications.
The Inquisitor’s Palace
This museum is all about the building and its interiors, which are well preserved and paint an interesting picture of its history.
St. John’s Co-Cathedral
Having served as the conventual church of the Knights for over 200 years, the St. John’s Co-Cathedral is a prime example of artistic impression of the High Baroque era.
The Malta Experience (La Sacra Infermeria)
Great opportunity to learn about the Knights and their role in Malta’s history.
The Grandmaster’s Palace (State Rooms)
et a glimpse of one of the most impressive buildings in Valletta, built up and enriched over four-and-a-half centuries.