Through beautiful imagery and a gripping commentary, The Malta Experience, the island’s premier audio-visual show has enthralled over 4 million visitors.
Situated in a purpose-built panoramic auditorium, the show chronicles Malta’s unique 7000-year history in just 45 minutes.
A must-see audio-visual treat, The Malta Experience will enrich your understanding of the islands, its people and the places you’ll see on your visit.
The Malta Experience is an audio-visual show that tells the dramatic story of the islands’ 7000 year history. Educational, informative and entertaining, the show runs through the turbulent history of a small island nation that has overcome almost unimaginable odds to survive and prosper.
A tour around the hospital built by the Knights of St. John. This noble building is now known as the Mediterranean Conference Centre, but you can still step back in time and visualise its revolutionary past on our guided tour.
The Malta Experience’s souvenir shop has ant extensive range of historical and cultural books and local handicrafts, such as Gozo lace, silver filigree jewellery and decorative glass made in the glass blowing factories of Mdina, Mtarfa and Gozo.
A selection of hot and cold snacks are available from our terraced Art-Cafe with one of Valletta’s best views of the Grand Harbour. Beautiful paintings are for sale too.
Prices include The Malta Experience Show & La Sacra Infermeria Tour.
No shows on Sundays at 14:00 between July to September. Closed during Christmas & New Year's Eve.
A very enjoyable experience the film was very informative well put together kept your attention a good history of the island of Malta and the people who have come to the islands over the centuries. We found the whole film very uplifting and helped us with our visits around the island.
The Malta Experience is 's must do', perhaps before doing anything else In Valetta. Tear jerking at times. The presentation is in so many languages so no-one misses out.
This very professional and exciting multi language movie show you the beginning of Malta and its glorious history. The theater is in the St. Elmo's fortress which adds to the authenticity of the movie,