Monday, 15 September 2014

Free access to Children on World Tourism Day

Valletta Living History will be granting free access to all children under the age of 14 when accompanied by a paying adult to view the audiovisual docudrama on World Tourism Day which falls on the 27th September.

This initiative was taken in order to promote Valletta and Maltese heritage to the younger generations in order for them to better appreciate and value what our islands have to offer.

Valletta Living History is a 35 minute historical reenactment docudrama depicting the history, culture and lifestyle of Malta and the Maltese.  It is screening daily at the Embassy Complex in St. Lucia Street, Valletta.  With the use of original shots, computer generated imagery and archive footage, this production has managed to encapsulate the main events in Malta’s chequered history.

World Tourism Day, is a global observance to highlight tourism’s social, cultural, political and economic value.  This year it is being held under the theme Tourism and Community Development - focusing on the ability of tourism to empower people and provide them with skills to achieve change in their local communities.  The initiative is led by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation and locally by the Malta Tourism Authority.

Valletta Living History screens every day at 10:00, 10:45, 11:30, 12:15, 13:00, 13:45, 14:30 and 15:15.  

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

New advert featuring Valletta Living History

Have you checked out our new advert about how to get to Valletta Living History?

Let us know what you think.

Thursday, 17 April 2014

SIMSHAR out on 30th April 2014

A few years ago Malta was awoken to the shocking news of the faith of the Simshar, a fishing boat that was mysteriously destroyed at sea, and never came home.  The drama faced by the crew, reveled by the only survivor, was made into a film, that is now ready for launch.

A young and mischievous Theo sets off on his first fishing trip with his sea faring family, on board the Simshar. Also in the Mediterranean, a medic is kept hostage on a vessel harbouring rescued African migrants, which Malta and Italy refuse access to. When a fire breaks out, leaving the Simshar crew stranded in open water, the two strands unravel to disastrous consequences. 

At the Embassy Complex in Valletta there is currently an exhibition of the props used in the making of this film.

The film is being released on Wednesday 30th April and will be showing daily at 10.15am, 1.45pm, 4.10pm, 6.30p, and 8.55pm. For more details click on the following LINK.

Ticket Hotline Tel 21 222 225

See the trailer here:

Friday, 14 March 2014

Valletta Promo Filming

Yesterday the Valletta Living History marketing team were busy producing a new promotional clip to further highlight the beauty of visiting Valletta.  The new clips including how to get to Valletta by bus or by ferry.  The clips are presently under production and will be soon released on our social media.

Feature in Журнал "МОЯ МАЛЬТА"

Monday, 4 February 2013

Valletta Living History has been reconfirmed a Quality Assured Visitor Attraction

"The Malta Tourism Authority is pleased to inform you that Valletta Living History has been reconfirmed a Quality Assured Visitor Attraction till the 31st January 2015."

Through its Quality Assured schemes, the Malta Tourism Authority is seeking to recognise tourism operators and establishments that offer a quality service to our visitors

This was the first email that we opened this morning, and what a good way to start a new month and a new week.

We would like to thank all our visitors for their great feedback.  Valletta Living History was produced in a way that also gives evidence of the great artistic talent of the Maltese.

Friday, 1 February 2013

Buy your ticket online now!

You can now instantly buy your tickets to Valletta Living History using the website  Tickets can be purchased using all international credit cards.  There is also a 20% discount limited offer available when buy your ticket online today!

Buy your tickets for Valletta Living History today! CLICK HERE