Attractions In Malta
The Malta Pass gives you access to Malta's top attractions, with something for everyone. There are historic sites, medieval buildings, interactive shows, museums and sightseeing bus rides. Below is a comprehensive list of all the attractions and rides your pass gives you free access to!
Due to COVID restrictions, please check individual attraction you wish to visit for their availability
National Museum of Fine Arts (MUZA)
Free Entry with The Malta Pass
- Normal Ticket Price: Adult: €5.00
About National Museum of Fine Arts (MUZA)
The National Museum of Fine Arts is located at the lower end of South Street (Valletta) within an area including other fine historical palaces dating from the times of the Order of St John of Jerusalem. The area is also well known for its wine bars and cafes and offers little-known breathtaking views of the city’s grid-shaped streets which visitors usually explore on their way to the museum. Set in a complimenting historic building, the museum presents a multifaceted overview of art and artistic expression in Malta from the late medieval period to the contemporary. Highlights from the collection on display include paintings by leading local and internationally acclaimed artists, precious Maltese silverware, statuary in marble bronze and wood, fine furniture items and splendid maiolica pieces.
Auberge D'Italie, Merchants Street, Valletta.
Open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 10.00 - 16.30
Closed 24, 25, 31 December, 1 January, Good Friday
Telephone:21 221 623
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