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Entrance of the Malta Postal Museum Valletta
The Malta Post Museum

The Museum was opened in 2016 by President Marie Louise Coleiro Preca and offers a true wealth of not only each and every post stamp ever issued in Malta but also a large number of objects related to the post and delivery of post.

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There are also activities possible for children and school classes.

The museum explores centuries of postal history starting way back during the time of the Order of St. John (16th century).

The museum also tells the stories of the numerous individuals who played a part in the development of Malta’s communication.

The site was originally occupied by a home of noblewoman Caterina Vitale (known from the Hospital of Incurable Woman), and it was later passed on to Monte della Redenzione degli Schiavi.

The building was destroyed by aerial bombing during WWII in 1942.

A new house was built in in 1947, designed by the architect Giuseppe Cachia Caruana. A fourth storey was built after Maltapost acquired the building in 2011.
Opening hours
10:00 - 16:00
10:00 - 14:00
Last admission

Advice 45 minutes before closing
Ticket / admission fee

Children (5-18 yrs)
€ 5.00
Adults (18-59 yrs)
€ 7.00
€ 6.00

Latest news and original website of the attraction / spot / advent
Additional information

A fully operational post office, where you can avail yourself of most postal services - encash money, buy stamps, register letters / with AR, buy postal orders, top-up your account and personalize your stamps and post letters.

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