Three Heritage Malta sites in Valletta will remain open long into the night, with free admission, during this year’s Notte Bianca on Saturday 7th October.
The National Museum of Archaeology and MUŻA – the Malta National Community Art Museum will be open between 6:00 pm and midnight, whilst the Grand Master’s Palace and Armoury will be open until 10:30pm.
At the former, visitors can enjoy travelling through the Maltese Islands’ prehistory and early history, with artefacts dating back from Malta’s Neolithic period (5900-2500BC) up till the early Phoenician period (8th century BC).
MUŻA offers an intriguing collection of works of art from the 14th to the 21st century, ranging from paintings and sculptures to furniture, silverware, works on paper and objets d’art. On the occasion of Notte Bianca, visitors will be able to join a special experience around the museum’s corridors and galleries entitled Tour mal-Kuratur. More details will be available closer to the date on: Festivals Malta – Notte Bianca
Last but surely not least, the Grand Master’s Palace and Armoury, the first building to be constructed in the new capital city and Heritage Malta’s most ambitious project to date, will also be welcoming visitors on the same night.
Notte Bianca – Extended Hours & Free Admission
07 Oct 2023
Saturday: 18.00 - 22.30