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Malta in Minature

A delightful display of minatue atomatons and photographs depicting traditional Maltese life of the... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2015
Carl D
Hastings, United Kingdom
You have to see this

We missed this attraction when we visited Malta two years ago so were really pleased it was open... read more

Reviewed 27 January 2015
Marion T
Blaenau Ffestiniog, United Kingdom
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16 Apr 2015
“Malta in Minature”
27 Jan 2015
“You have to see this”
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San Anton Gardens, Attard, Island of Malta, Malta
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Reviewed 16 April 2015

A delightful display of minatue atomatons and photographs depicting traditional Maltese life of the past. Admission is free but they do ask for a suggeted €2 contrbution

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Reviewed 27 January 2015

We missed this attraction when we visited Malta two years ago so were really pleased it was open this year. We got to the gardens on the open top bus. Situated in San Anton gardens this attraction was fantastic. The work of three men there...More

2  Thank Marion T
Reviewed 22 October 2014

A walk round these 3 villages is a treat in itself! Attard, Balzan & Lija are fascinating and they are full of houses with large gardens.In fact, they claim to be "the Garden of Malta". Visitors should take the time to go round and see...More

2  Thank Georges Alexand... M
Reviewed 24 August 2013

All previous comments are right on the money. This is an exhibition not to be passed by. With so many artifacts, working models and photos from days gone by. Although there is no entry fee, a 2.00euro donation is well worth spending. Open from 09.00...More

1  Thank Crazylimey
Reviewed 13 November 2012

There wasn't enough time to actually visit this attraction although really only minimum of 5 minutes needed - but who wants to be indoors in Malta! The staff were wonderfully chatty and took a genuine interest in the Maltese culture. They had made or collected...More

2  Thank heliopolis1
Reviewed 5 October 2012

Wow this exhibition is truly remarkable. It takes you through the daily life of the Maltese people in the past. Most traditions have been lost but not forgotten. Others are still alive and should remain. Apparently this exhibition took 7 years to complete. A big...More

3  Thank Steffi20mlt
Reviewed 28 May 2012

This place made my day! I was wondering around the gardens and then saw this little shed with a friendly entrance. I wandered in and was completely surprised by what I found. There were lots of miniature figures in traditional clothes and setting actually moving...More

1  Thank Dave_Dayrit
Reviewed 11 March 2012

An interesting exhibit showing life in Malta's past- all the models are hand made by talented local artists. Prepare to say 'wow' over and over again when you see the detail in the exhibits!

1  Thank VindalooQueen11
Reviewed 12 January 2012

We had a great time visiting this attraction in San Anton gardens. It was very informative and so interesting to learn about past traditions in such an unusual way. Do not hesitate to ask questions to Chris as he was very knowledgeable and informative. We...More

1  Thank jrca
Reviewed 2 January 2012

A lot of work put into a fascinating exhibition of local crafts and trades. There are many small working models (these will appeal to young and old) Well worth a visit, and a lovely surprise to find it hidden in the gardens. A small donation...More

2  Thank Paulthebirdman
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