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Mostasera: Experience the majestic beauty of Mosta’s Rotunda after hours this summer
The extended hours are from the 18th of June to the 27th of September.

GMM Team

This summer, the Rotunda of Mosta is inviting visitors to experience its captivating history and architectural splendour firsthand during ‘Mostasera’, a special evening event.

In addition to its regular hours (Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 5:30pm, Saturday from 9:30am to 4:30pm, and Sunday from 12:00pm to 5:30pm, the Rotunda will extend its opening on Tuesdays and Fridays from 7:00pm to 11:00pm.

Mostasera

Guests are welcome to savour the majestic beauty of the Rotunda and explore the World War II Shelter under the twilight sky.

This unique experience allows for a leisurely visit complemented by a glass of wine and local delicacies, ideal after a day of relaxation at the beach.

A highlight of the Mostasera event is the opportunity to admire the Rotunda's new external lighting design by Mr. Franck Franjou, enhancing its architectural heritage with a modern touch.

The ticket package includes access to the Mosta Dome with an audio guide, exploration of the World War II Shelter, a visit to the inner balcony of the Dome, and a complimentary drink with Maltese nibbles at The Dome Visitors Centre, accompanied by live music.

Tickets can be purchased upon arrival at the Dome's reception desk or conveniently online here.

Don't miss this extraordinary chance to experience Mosta's cultural treasure in a magical evening setting.

24th June 2024


gmm team
Written by
GuideMeMalta.com
This article was written by a GuideMeMalta team member.

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