Malta National Museums

Malta has no Louvre or Guggenheim, and apart from a Caravaggio, no collections of priceless works of art... however, a visit to a museum is a very much recommended option to delve deeper into local culture or periods in Malta's history.

Museums in Malta are usually situated within historic buildings which are an attraction in themselves. They cover a wide set of interests from Maltese maritime history to the years of the Knights of St John to the more recent events of World War II. Archaeology, fine arts, folklore and aviation are other topics covered by various museums around Malta and Gozo.

Palace Armoury

The Palace Armoury is one of the world's greatest arms collections housed in their original buildings, and ranks among the most valuable historic monuments of European culture.......

Malta Aviation Museum

The Malta Aviation Museum is located on the ex-RAF Ta' Qali Airfield and is spread out within two large Romney Huts and an even larger hanger. Malta's heavy participation and air bombardment in the......

Folklore Museum

The Folklore Museum incorporates a wide range of exhibits illustrating the domestic, rural and traditional ways of life in the agrarian economy of the Maltese Islands in centuries past.......