The Malta Experience, Valletta
About The Malta Experience, Valletta
The Malta Experience, Valletta - Address, Phone Number
Address: Saint Elmo Bastions, Mediterranean Street, Valletta VLT06, Malta
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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The Malta Experience is quite unique. This show features a small documentary that does an excellent job of introducing you to the natural beauty and the astonishing diversity of the tiny country that is Malta. It is quite surprising to see the sheer variety. The stunning buildings from the rich history add to the mix.
It makes sense to see this attraction right before even beginning the tour around Malta. It is a lovely introduction to both the city and the country and watching the show is sure to inspire you to explore this incredible island even more. Be sure to book your tickets in advance and enjoy this lovely HD experience before you begin seeing the sights.
The Malta Experience Opening and Closing Hours
- No shows on Sundays at 14:00 between July to September.
How To reach The Malta Experience by Public Transport
- Imgerbeb (Bus)
Restaurants Near The Malta Experience
- San Giuliano
- Cafe Jubillee
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Good movie that puts 4000 years of Malta history into 45 minutes. If you only have the time or patience for one historical event this would be a good choice.
I have a feeling that every positive review of this may have been paid for by The Malta Experience because this was one of the silliest things I've ever paid money for. Read the Wikipedia page. You get more information without some terrible narrator doing weird voices and impersonations.
All in all, I'm glad I visited The Malta Experience, because it is a good introduction to the history of Malta. Nonetheless, at times it wasn't as objective as I would have liked, since it seemed biased in favor of the Christian heritage (history is written by the winners, I realize). And, well, basically this is just a documentary, and not a long one at that (which I guess is a good thing these days), so I needed to suppress the doubts about whether it was worth walking to the theater and back in the terribly hot weather... (The theater was perfectly air-conditioned, so it did feel great inside.) Make sure you don't miss the visit to the Sacra Infermeria at the end. It is an optional visit included in the ticket price, but many people in our group didn't seem to realize and missed this impressive hospital built by the Knights of Malta and the place where Gorbachev and Bush held the summit that brought an end to the Cold War. Oh, and if Anna is doing this tour, you're in for a treat! She's wonderful.
The two women at the ticket stand were unhelpful and uninterested. The movie was nothing more than a slideshow.... the commentary was good, but the images on the screen look like it was put together 20 years ago.... the commentary put the history into perspective (as much as you can in 45 minutes). If you are seeing malta on a tight timeframe, it is good to learn. But if you have time.... dont waste it here, find a good tour guide.
Very interesting to hear about the history of Malta. Good seats but the dutch translation is a bit wierd..
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