Chamber of Mysteries – Live Show

The Chamber of Mysteries show is a great evening show full of acts that dey explanation. It is the longest-running weekly of all theatrical shows in Malta, showing all year round since 2011. It began as, now is and will remain to be, one of Malta’s most unique attractions ever.

The I.M.S. Merlin Award-Winning Show Is Back Again!
Venture out for a night of Fun, Mystery and Illusio. Experience Unbelievable Feats of Mind-Reading, Magic and Close-Up Miracles in the secret Chamber of Mysteries. Most importantly you are sure to be entertained by a number of acts that Defy Explanation!

The show consists of amazing feats of magic and illusion topped with a spice of humor. As a matter of fact, it is the only show in the world where you’ll witness Merlin Award winners Brian Role` & Lola Palmer performing amazing feats in this unique intimate setting. The main theatre’s charm is that it is intimate and comfortable, with tiered seating that offers perfect viewing from every seat. Its character and ambient provide an ideal setting for a magical and memorable evening out.
Malta’s Mosta Amazing Show

Drive Thru Christmas

Imagine a journey along a 1km route made within a controlled space, wherein your own car, you, and your family will set out to discover.
Pass beneath tunnels of light, enter the Christmas villages, dash through the snow, and much more along the way for all the family to enjoy in their own safe space.

11th December – 3rd January at Crafts Village Ta Qali

We are creating an immersive, interactive, and safe Christmas concept for the whole family to enjoy.

Drive Thru Christmas

The Magical Illuminated Trail: Drive-Thru Edition

From 4th December till the 10th January, journey through a delightful after-hours experience full of textures, colors and atmosphere created by larger-than-life Illuminated Structures & Sculptures, light installations, and much more festive cheer.

Drive-thru the tunnels of light, twinkling with thousands of fairy-lights and be amazed by the larger-than-life characters dotted along the trail. The route will also include some incredible showstoppers, amazingly illuminated trail, irresistible Photographic scenes and all the sight and sounds of the festive season for all ages to enjoy!

The event is being held in aid of The Malta Community Chest Fund Foundation (MCCFF)

Get ready for an all-new, one-of-a-kind immersive experience,
all from the safety of your own car!

For the first time in Malta, a brand-new & Covid-safe Christmas attraction: The Magical Illuminated Trail: Drive-Thru Edition at Gianpula Fields, Limits of Rabat.

Gianpula Fields, Limits of Rabat

Get ready for an all-new, one-of-a-kind immersive experience,
all from the safety of your own car!

For the first time in Malta, a brand-new & Covid-safe Christmas attraction: The Magical Illuminated Trail: Drive-Thru Edition at Gianpula Fields, Limits of Rabat.

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GUIDED TOUR XXXXIII

During this event, the tour guide will recount stories regarding duels, suicides, heroism and explain the funeral and military architecture, symbols of death.

The garden is located in Vincenzo Dimech Street, Floriana (further in from the Grand Hotel Excelsior and the central public library). Participation in the tour is limited to 20 adults, who will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. A donation of €5 per person, including the entrance ticket & light refreshments will be requested. For bookings, email wardengor@gmail.com.
Source: VisitMalta.com

A Din l-Art Ħelwa volunteer will lead a 90-minute tour of Msida Bastion Historic Garden on Saturday, 28th November 2020 at 10am.
The garden served as Malta’s main Protestant cemetery from 1806 to 1856. At least 528 people were buried there, mainly British servicemen, officials and businessmen and their families, some of whose descendants still live in Malta today, as well as some Maltese, including Mikiel Anton Vassalli, known as the father of the Maltese language.

The cemetery contains many marble headstones and funerary monuments as well as indigenous and exotic trees, some of which are 200 years old. It was restored by Din l-Art Ħelwa in collaboration with government ministries and the British High Commission over a 10-year period between the 1980s and 1990s, and was awarded the Silver Medal by Europa Nostra in 2002. In 2004, a small Museum of Maltese Burial Practices was opened adjacent to the garden.