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Heritage Malta

Heritage Malta is the national agency for museums, conservation practice and cultural heritage. Through the priceless sites which it manages and conserves, Heritage Malta seeks to provide its various audiences with an enhanced experience. The agency also regularly organises temporary exhibitions, public lectures, heritage trails or other specialised events.

Below is a list of museums and historic sites under the supervision of Heritage Malta. Click on the relevant link to view photos and read more about the specific attraction.


* Inquisitor's Palace - Roman palace depicting the impact of the Inquisition on Maltese society

* Archaeology Museum in Gozo - explore Gozo's rich cultural history

* National Museum of Archaeology - a spectacular range of artifacts dating back to Malta's Neolithic period

* Roman Villa - Domus Romana with some of the finest and oldest mosaics anywhere

* National Museum of Fine Arts - art and artistic expression in Malta from late medieval to contemporary

* Folklore Museum - domestic, rural and traditional ways of life in the agrarian economy

* Malta Maritime Museum - Malta's maritime history and traditions located in the Old Naval bakery

* Palace Armoury - one of the world's greatest arms collections housed in their original buildings

* The National War Museum - vividly recounts the story and Malta's heavy ordeal during both world wars

Historic Sites

* Hal Saflieni Hypogeum - subterranean neolithic complex (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

* Palace State Rooms - the showpiece of the Presidential Palace

* Ggantija Temples - the oldest Megalithic temples anywhere (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

* Ghar Dalam Cave - the earliest evidence of human evidence in Malta

* Hagar Qim Temples - the most picturesque of Malta's megalithic temples now protected by controversial modern tents (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

* Mnajdra Temples - the most evocative of megalithic temples now sheltered by controversial modern tents (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

* The Old Prisons - well preserved cells that saw their fair share of nobility pass through its walls

* St. Paul's Catacombs - the oldest and largest evidence of Christianity on the Maltese islands

* Tarxien Temples - the most complex of all temple sites in Malta

* Ta' Kola Windmill - a fine example of the past rural economy and domestic life in Gozo

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