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Aquarium Malta
National Aquarium

The aquarium consists of five zones, namely:

Zone 1. You discover the west coast of Malta through a replica submarine surrounded with little windows. You come across all kinds of Mediterranean Sea creatures;

Zone 2. You imagine yourself in the Port of Valletta, which is decorated with murals. There you get acquainted with the sea creatures that are in the port;

Zone 3. You walk in the Indo Pacific Ocean and get acquainted with the sea creatures that live here;

Zone 4. You enter an ancient ghost shipwreck, where you will see ancient Roman remains and the anchor of the ship where Apostle Paul suffered a shipwreck. Here you will also find the larger Mediterranean fish species. You will also be introduced to various fish that are bred in Malta;

Zone 5. You will become acquainted with the animal species that are found around the iconic Azure Window, Blue Lagoon and the Xwejni salt pans.

You are now in the area where reptiles and amphibians live that can be found all over the world.

When designing the building, a restaurant, parking space and playground with kiosk were also added.

Special program
10:30 am Baby Sharks Talk
11:00 am Mediterranean Section Talk & Feeding
12:00 pm Jellyfish Talk
01:00 pm Main tank Talk & Feeding
02:30 pm Piranhas Talk & Feeding
03:15 pmR eptiles Talk
04:00 pm Main Tank Talk
05:00 pm Big Fish Campaign Talk

What is there to do in the aqarium
Opening hours
Monday - Sunday
10:00 - 18:00
Last admission
Advice 30 minutes before closing
Ticket / admission fee

Adults (13+ yrs)
€ 12.95
Children (4-12 yrs)
€ 7,90
Disability Card Holders
€ 3.00 + € 1.00
Seniors Citizen
€ 10.90

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