Senior citizens to get free access to 27 Heritage Malta sites
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Senior citizens to get free access to 27 Heritage Malta sites

Each one can take two youths along for free

The Inquisitors' Palace is one of the 27 sites open to the 'passport' holder.

The Inquisitors' Palace is one of the 27 sites open to the 'passport' holder.

Heritage Malta and the Local Councils’ Association signed a Memorandum of Understanding to introduce the Heritage Malta Senior Passport, which gives senior citizens free and unlimited access to all Heritage Malta’s attractions, except for the closed sites and the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum.

Each senior citizen may also choose to be accompanied by two youths during these visits who will also be entitled to free access.

Passport holders can visit 27 sites which include prehistoric temples and caves, historic houses and prisons, fortresses and palaces, and a selection of museums relating to nature, archaeology, maritime, war, and art.

On each visit, the passport holder has to ensure that the passport gets stamped. With every eight stamps collected, a reward will be given to the holder by Heritage Malta, up to a total of three rewards.

All senior citizens are invited to call in person with their identity card at their local councils to apply for this ‘passport’, which will be sent by post within 10 working days.

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