Heritage Malta is the national agency of the Government of Malta entrusted with the management of national museums and heritage sites and their collections in Malta and Gozo, including seven UNESCO world heritage sites. Malta has a rich history, stretching from pre-historic times to the present. The islands that make up Malta are a crossroads in the Mediterranean and are marked by Christian, European, and Islamic cultures. It is also a thriving entrant into the European Union and a hotbed of film activity.
Heritage Malta works to preserve and explore Malta’s monuments from the past and educate visitors.. Heritage Malta works with all facets of this mission: conservation, education, and promotion.
Heritage Sites on Malta include: Ggantija Temples – a megalithic complex dating from 3600-3200 B.C. Abbatija tad Dejr – paleochristian catacombs Hagar Qim Temple – c. 3600 – 3200 BC St. Paul’s Catacombs – underground Roman cemeteries
Museums include: Museum of Fine Arts Archeological Museum of Gozo Malta Maritime Museum