[WATCH] Virtual museum to showcase Maltese history in real-time
Virtual museum, launched today, uses state-of-the-art system allowing users to experience historical events in real-time
What is Valletta? The sum of its people | Alex Vella Gregory
‘Festa freak’ Alex Vella Gregory gets in deep about his PhD thesis on the soundscapes of Valletta, offering a creative re-interpretation of them which takes into...
Can our cultural sector survive the pandemic?

Government’s revised covid-19 economic recovery package did offer some...

Government’s revised covid-19 economic recovery...

[WATCH] Missed the Mnajdra equinox due to the coronavirus? Watch it here

A special livestream from Heritage Malta allows you to witness the spring equinox from the main doorway of the southern Mnajdra temples

A special livestream from Heritage Malta allows you to...

11 museums from around the world, you can visit from your living room

For those who are craving art during the quarantine, here are 11 museums that...

For those who are craving art during the quarantine, here...

[WATCH] Nadur Carnival fever: epidemics, politics, and creative celebration

People at Nadur Carnival told us the annual celebration is synonymous with freedom and unadulterated joy

People at Nadur Carnival told us the annual celebration is...

Seven years with the Marsaxlokk lampara fishing crew of the Tal-Glawdu family

Photographer Gilbert Calleja spent seven years documenting the Abela ‘tal-Glawdu’ family of Marsaxlokk, renowned for their...

Photographer Gilbert Calleja spent seven years documenting...

Secrets of Palazzo Falson

The Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum in Mdina has just enhanced its visitor experience by tapping into Augmented Reality technology, as the interactive...

The Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum in Mdina has just...

Ghosts, murder and tragic love at night inside Malta’s science centre

Esplora: an interactive science centre by day and the most haunted building in Malta by night

Esplora: an interactive science centre by day and the most...

Looking back at 2019 | A cultural snapshot of Malta

TEODOR RELJIC digs into a year’s worth of interviews to feel out some of...

TEODOR RELJIC digs into a year’s worth of interviews...

Qatari dhow in Malta offers floating museum and 2022 World Cup presentation

Visitors will able to experience this floating museum of the rich Qatari marine heritage whilst also enjoying presentations about the FIFA 2022 World Cup on...

Visitors will able to experience this floating museum of...

Summer carnival set to go ahead this weekend

The annual summer carnival that had previously been cancelled due to the death...

The annual summer carnival that had previously been...

[WATCH] Jazz and augmented reality to take people closer to the science shaping their lives

Creative jazz concerts, neurodiverse dance, science shows, magicians, and augmented reality in Valletta’s celebration of science

Creative jazz concerts, neurodiverse dance, science shows,...

[WATCH] Greasy does it! St Julian’s Gostra competition wraps up

Competitors run up the Gostra greasy pole to catch one of the tricolor flags -...

Competitors run up the Gostra greasy pole to catch one of...

‘The role of the artist is under threat’ | Astrid Alben

Ahead of her participation at this year’s edition of the Malta...

Ahead of her participation at this year’s edition of...

Fragments from man’s first ever moon landing on display in Gozo

Heritage Malta is inviting members of the public to view moon fragments donated...

Heritage Malta is inviting members of the public to view...

‘Considering Malta’s size, the volume and diversity of cultural activity is exceptional’

MaltaToday speaks to Welsh-born, Malta-based artist Laura Swale about ‘The MACC’ (The Malta Arts and Culture Club): a one-stop-shop online service...

MaltaToday speaks to Welsh-born, Malta-based artist Laura...

[WATCH] Kite festival of diversity brightens up Valletta skies

Children gathered in Valletta to fly kites alongside master kite builder Guo...

Children gathered in Valletta to fly kites alongside master...

Eating cheese in Lent? That was flogging and two years as a galley slave in 17th century Malta

Religion in 17th century Malta generated rigid food patterns: find out more at the historic cookalong sessions taking place at the Inquisitor’s Palace...

Religion in 17th century Malta generated rigid food...

Malta’s black procession and a mysterious reliquary linked to the Passion returns after 140 years

After 140 years, the Inquisitor Palace’s chapel received a historical reliquary with the revival of the Black Procession in Vittoriosa

After 140 years, the Inquisitor Palace’s chapel...