Get ready to experience Fort St Elmo and the National War Museum like never before!
On Friday June 9th, the site comes alive during special extended hours from 7.00pm to 10.30pm (last admission at 10.00pm), with re-enactors bringing history to life in every corner of the museum. Travel back in time through the Roman, Medieval and Early Modern eras and the French occupation of Malta.
You’ll get to wander through the impressive grounds of the fort, take in the stunning architecture of the two chapels dedicated to St Anne, and discover seven sections of the National War Museum covering 7,000 years of Maltese Military History. Don’t miss your chance to see notable artefacts like the Gloster Sea Gladiator N5520 FAITH, Willys Jeep ‘Husky’ used by both Eisenhower and Roosevelt, and Malta’s award for gallantry, the George Cross. The rooms forming the Harbour Fire Command complex at the very top of Fort St Elmo will also be open to the public, enriching the visitor experience at this magnificent star-shaped fort.
And the best part? You can experience all of this at a reduced price! Get your tickets at the door, at the special rate of €5 per person, and free of charge for children (up to 11 years old) and Heritage Malta members. Food and drinks will be on sale to munch on under the stars. Join us for a night of history, excitement, and fun!
It’s time to make some unforgettable memories!