During our May holiday in Valletta, we visited the Great Siege of Malta Exhibition. This is another exhibition where, after you pay your entrance fee, you are given a handset to take round with you, and you press the relevant buttons on this at certain points through the course of the exhibits so that you get the history in your chosen language. The exhibits are mostly mannequins dressed in the appropriate attire of the time so it’s all a bit ‘waxworks’ like, but quite interesting and worth a visit.
However, if it’s busy, it can get a little crowded around the information points, and we found that the noise from one section of the exhibition actually drowned out the speech we were trying to listen to at an adjacent information point. If I remember correctly, the exhibition is closed on a Sunday.
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