Heritage Malta Museums & Sites
Two spacious temples surrounded by a common boundary wall and featuring some of the most impressive megaliths employed in the construction of the Maltese prehistoric temples.
Fort St Elmo, which played an important role during the Great Siege of Malta and the Second World War, houses a superb collection of the military history of Malta since prehistoric times, with particular emphasis on the pivotal role of Malta and the epic resilience of the people during World War II.
One of the most evocative megalithic compounds of Malta consisting of a central building and two adjoining ruins standing on a hilltop overlooking the sea and the islet of Filfla.
Three temples facing a common oval forecourt whereby the southern unit is aligned to mark the position of sunrise on the first day of each season.
A highlight of Malta’s maritime history and lore within a Mediterranean context supplemented by an extensive collection that includes the largest known Roman anchor and ship model belonging to the Order of St John worldwide.
A spectacular range of artefacts from the Neolithic, Bronze Age and Phoenicio-Punic periods, including highlights such as the Sleeping Lady, the Venus of Malta and a human-shaped clay sarcophagus.
A tangible symbol of the past glories of the Sovereign Hospitaller Military Order of Malta and one of the world’s largest collections of arms and armour still housed in its original depository.
An ancient burial ground beyond the former footprint of the Melita, including an underground and labyrinthine network of inter-connecting passages and tombs hewn out of the live rock.
The official residence of the Grand Masters of the Order from 1571 onwards, the successive British Governors, and since 1974, seat of the Office of the President of the Republic.
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