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 With Easter fast approaching, we’ve decided to cook up something special for you to enjoy at our museum (but it’s not a Figolla). Keep your eyes peeled on our website and Facebook page to be the first to know what have planned for you coming soon!


19 December - 19 January 2019

Originating from military necessity, heraldry found itself at home in the pageantry of the medieval tournament. Despite the demise of tournaments and the mounted knight, the military character of heraldry nevertheless remained. Today it is used as a decorative art symbolizing a country, a city and even an individual's achievements and aspirations. Adrian Strickland's paintings and drawings draw on this rich pageantry and showcase some of the best heraldic art to be found in Malta.




Once again, we're running our popular découpage event. Get your children away from gadgets and gizmos and drop them off at the Malta Postal Museum and Arts Hub for some creative fun. Alternatively, join them and indulge in some family bonding.

We have teamed up with an arts and crafts specialist to decorate some amazing Christmas baubles to decorate and take home with you to hang on the tree.

Date: Saturday 22 December

Time: 10.30-12.30hrs

Place: 135, Archbishop Street, Valletta

Registration Fee: €12 (includes all workshop materials)

*Children younger than 10 must be accompanies by an adult.

To book your place, contact us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 25961750. Spaces limited to 20 per group.

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