How do I get the Heritage Malta student passport?
All the students who attend primary and secondary schools receive a Heritage Malta card from their respective schools. On their first visit to any Heritage Malta site or museum (except for Borġ in-Nadur, Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum, Ta’ Ħaġrat and Skorba Temples, and Gozo Nature Museum), students are to present this card in order to collect their Heritage Malta passport. This card will remain valid till the end of Year 11 (Form 5) at the end of the last school term.
What does the passport entitle me to?
Heritage Malta’s passport entitles the student and two accompanying adults to free and unlimited access to all its 27 sites and museums (except Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum). The two accompanying adults need not be parents but they can be relatives of the family, friends etc who are aged 18+.
If I have a child who is younger than 5 years old, and so not eligible to a Heritage Malta passport, can he/she have free access too?
Infants (aged 1 to 5 years) enter for free to all Heritage Malta sites and museums.
Why do I have to stamp the passport on each visit?
Each time you visit any of Heritage Malta’s sites and museums, make sure that your passport gets stamped since the stamps are collectible and will lead to BENEFITS and GIFTS.
- With 10 different stamps from 10 different locations you will get a Heritage Malta Visa which will offer the student and two accompanying adults, a one-time free entryto a site which is not usually open to the public.
- When you collect a further 10 different stamps from 10 different locations, the student and two accompanying adults, will get two more Visas for a one-time free entry to two other sites which are not usually open to the public.
- On the collection of 27 stamps from 27 different locations, the student and one accompanying adult, will gain a one-time free entry to Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum, or if preferred, a Heritage Malta exclusive gift pack.