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BOV Adventure park
BOV Adventure Park

The 1800 square meter adventure park is for the age group 2 to 12 years. Central is a toilet facility and a kiosk. You will also find animals.
 
There is a diversity of innovative playground equipment that can be climbed, water features and much more. There are many benches in the park to rest and relax.
The park is regularly provided with upgrades.

During installation and with regard to the use, the strictest safety regulations are observed, and all play equipment meets EU standards and are certified.

Water is regularly tested and automatically dosed and filtered through a UV process.

The park is illuminated in the evening with more than 60 lanterns.

Consideration has also been given to the environment; water is used from the water irrigation of the greenery in the area.

The objective is to be CO2 neutral by using photovoltaic panels (solar panels that generate electricity).

Outside the BOV Adventure Park you will find a Petting Farm, the Malta Aviation museum, a Family Picnic area, Crafts Village, Ta’Qali National Park and the Sunday market. These are described separately in the guide.

HISTORY AND BACKGROUND
In the period 1943 to 1950 this park was part of the Royal Air Force airport with supporting buildings. With the arrival of the Luqa airport facilities, this airport became superfluous.

When the runways were no longer used, car races were organized.

The biographical war film 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi was largely shot in Malta in 2016 and is about the Benghazi attack of 2012, in which Muslim militants attacked an American diplomatic camp in Libya. A large film set was built for this in Ta 'Qali.
BOV park climbing frame
BOV Park fountain
Opening hours
8:00 - 23:00

Ticket / admission fee

Everyone
€ Free
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