On Friday 7th August, the International Fireworks Festival will be coming to a close, displaying its grand finale of this year’s event. If you’re thinking of heading down to the Grand Harbour to watch the beautiful display, we’ve got the perfect idea. You can thank us later.
Heritage Malta is inviting the public to watch this spectacular fireworks fest from the glorious and extensive bastions of Fort St Angelo. Can you imagine the view? And there’s a bonus involved! This is the perfect opportunity to explore this historical landmark in Birgu.
Admission prices are at just €3; children under 11 years of age enter for free. Tickets will be available at the door, but it is important to note that for this event, the Heritage Malta students and seniors’ passports won’t be accepted.Free Entrance to six Heritage Malta sites on weekends
During the month of June and starting from this coming weekend, Heritage Malta will be re-opening six of its sites and museums, free of charge to the public.
The six sites are:
- Fort St Elmo
- Fort St Angelo
- Ħaġar Qim
- Mnajdra Temples
- Tarxien & Ġgantija Temples
- National Museum of Archaeology
The Heritage Malta CEO Noel Zammit and chairman Anthony Scicluna, said the sites will adhere to the Health & Safety guidelines issued by the health authorities amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.