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This is a small museum within the conference centre of the knights of Malta, in Valletta. The Blurb for this reads“Beneath the ‘Sacra Infermeria’, beside the historic Fort St Elmo, you will discover the chivalrous world of the Hospitaller Knights...more
Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta, Island of Malta SPB 07, Malta
All reviews wax figures hospital built guided tour well worth a visit interesting visit sacra infermeria wonderful building very interesting museum saint john ticket price great guide great insight fort st maltese history wards patients conference
I thought this was a very informative tour, totally worth my time. While I knew that Hospitallers were ahead of their time, I did not know about some of the medical techniques they'd used in the facility, nor about architectural solutions that made this facility...More
A bit out of the way and a bit of a walk from the usual tourist route but well worth the effort. All in the catacombs of this wonderful building. Lots of waxwork figures (some quite macabre!) and really good explanations of the history of...More
This is well worth a visit because this is what the Knights of St. John were all about. Unfortunately a lot has been transformed into a wedding/conference centre but you can still get an idea of what it was like especially the long ward. Tour...More
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The tour comes with the paid admission to the Malta Experience. The film starts on the hour and last 45 minutes then the tour starts right after the film completed. When we went it is starting from 11am, 12p, 1p then again... More
The tour comes with the paid admission to the Malta Experience. The film starts on the hour and last 45 minutes then the tour starts right after the film completed. When we went it is starting from 11am, 12p, 1p then again at 3p and 4p. Sept is still busy season for Malta you should check their website to confirm the hours.