Malta Maritime Museum Tours
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Housed in a formal naval bakery in Vittoriosa, the Malta Maritime Museum is yet one more example of how proud the country is of their history – this time, with the focus being the seas surrounding the island. And because there is an ongoing search for more artifacts, it's a site that's worth revisiting on subsequent trips.
From the largest Roman anchor in the world to Napoleonic battleship parts to more than 60 traditional Maltese boats, this 20,000+ collection not only exhibits Maltese Maritime history, but puts into context the importance of seafaring on a global scale throughout the ages.
The Malta Maritime Museum is open seven days a week from 9am-5pm. It is closed on New Year's Day, Good Friday, and Christmas Eve & Day. Tickets are €5 for adults, with discounts for seniors, children and students. Children 5 and under are free.
Address: Xatt Il - Forn, Vittoriosa BRG 1721, Malta
3 Tours and Activities to Experience Malta Maritime Museum
A unique Tour which explores the southern part of the Maltese Islands. From the three cities, to the natural cave ending with picturesque views of Malta's biggest fishing village, Marsaxlokk.
This guided walking tour of The Three Cities, is a grand experience in every way. Every path and street lead you to discover an eye-opening wonder, where history has been carefully restored to its original beauty. Fortified by the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem & Rhodes in preparation of an impending Ottoman attach, The Three Cities is an impressive make up of architecture, winding streets, charm and very impressive super yachts. From Sieges to World Wars, (Birgu, Senglea & Bormla) have survived everything thrown at them. Learn why with our team of fantastic guides.
Visit the picturesque city of Vittoriosa on a 3-hour private walking tour, and get a personalized introduction to the city’s highlights, history, and architecture. Walk alongside an expert guide as you explore the historic Couvre Port, sites of dramatic battles, and the unique Inquisitor’s Palace, former seat of the Maltese inquisition. This 3-hour walking tour offers the flexible experience of a private guide, with departures available throughout the day.
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