Great collection of various types of Armour from Maltese history. Lots to learn around the knights and how they developed weaponry. Interesting tour of the main building too
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Did not go into The Grand Master's Palace, but walked around the crowded Pedestrian square where it is located, maybe next time. This Palace used to be the home of the Grand Masters of the Knights of St. John. It was founded by Grand master...More
One cannot get a real feel for what the Knights of St. John did for Malta without visiting this place. Full of history.
As previously stated there is a lot of history here and some aspects are more interesting than others. For me not as interesting as I would have like.
The staff were very friendly and helpful, the displays were well set out and grouped together well. You were able to have an audio tour in any language.
This was not as spectacular as many other palaces but in some ways was even more interesting with the connection to the knights and all the tales associated with them. We were not much 8nterested in the armoury but did enjoy the palace.
Best to check before you visit, as this is also the President's office. I tried the previous day, and it was closed as the President was in. There is a separate entrance for the armoury, however, the combined ticket is cheaper. Over 60's get a...More
Very enjoyable afternoon on a self guided audio tour around the Granmasters Palace. You start by seeing lots or rooms with good audio commentary. If you are into armoury the armoury is the second part of the tour and is amazing at the volume of...More