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OPEN MONDAY - SUNDAY from 09.00 Till 17.00Hrs (last admission at 16.30Hrs). Housed within the Old Naval bakery, the Malta Maritime Museum charts Malta's maritime history and lore within a Mediterranean context. It also illustrates the global nature...more
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Ex-Naval Bakery | Vittoriosa Waterfront, Birgu (Vittoriosa), Island of Malta, Malta
All reviews royal navy model ships maritime museum well worth a visit the ground floor interesting displays steam engine on display engine room early days different periods combined ticket inquisitors palace st john recent history second world war grand harbour
This Museum has few items considering the Maltese Maritime history, still it is well kept and items are interesting such as the Torpedoes and the antique Maltese boat. Lighting can be improved, although when entering such an old building of a certain antiquity, low lighting...More
It is an old museum but it certainly is interesting and has many items on display. There a lot of boats and ships in display. For such a small country, Malta has some amazing museums and so much history.
For people interested in the history of museum science this might be interesting to learn how NOT to organise a museum: no storyline, very bad lighting, boring texts,... In my opinion this museum was too expensive!
The museum has a superb collection of models boats and ships representing the various craft used by navies and civilians in Malta over the centuries. It also houses a collection of small boats typically used for navigating between the inlets of the Three Cities and...More
Traditional museum with lots of very interesting artefacts, highlighting Malta's strategic importance in the Med and to the Royal Navy. Lots to see, covering all periods in history. Very close to the Grand Harbour, where it all happened! Loads of restaurants nearby.
This museum is great if you want to see some of the history around Malta’s maritime history - much of the exhibit covers the info from a dredger that was commissioned in 1951 and brought to Malta to operate I the harbour as a lot...More
I spent a morning looking round with my dad who was based here with the Navy 60years ago. It was the perfect place to take him and have an enjoyable morning discussing everything we were seeing. Very informative and well laid out with some great...More