Homepage > Events > Sunset Tour of Ħaġar Qim & Mnajdra Archaeological


Heritage Malta is organising a special event to mark World Heritage Day that is celebrated throughout the world to raise awareness of World Heritage sites.
A Sunset Tour of Ħaġar Qim & Mnajdra Archaeological Park will be held this Saturday the 21st of April at 1700hrs. The tour will also include informative visits to the Misqa Tanks, the Congreve Memorial, and the nearby Ħamrija Tower. At the end of the tour a lecture on the site’s prehistory will be held at the Hagar Qim Park’s visitor centre. Curators and experts within the field will be discussing the archaeological remains, surrounding landscape, and natural features of this site.

Tickets for this event are priced at €7 for adults, while HM members, students, and senior citizens pay only €5. Children under the age of 12 enter for free. 

Tickets for this event are limited and can be bought from all of Heritage Malta’s sites and museums prior to the event. For more information call Heritage Malta on 22954000 or visit www.heritagemalta.org.
When booking for this event please mention that you saw it advertised on www.maltababyandkids.com
Subscribe to our free newsletter
SIGN UP to receive our regular newsletters with upcoming news and events on the Maltese Islands as well as some fantastic competitions, and other relevant promotional material from third parties! We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you carry on browsing we will assume that you are happy to accept cookies. Please take a moment to review our Privacy Policy.

Malta Baby & Kids Directory is created by mums for mums and childcarers.
Lisa Grech is the founder of the Malta Baby & Kids Directory and website. Together with Denise Briffa and Crysta Darmanin we combine work on the publication and website while bringing up lots of children (seven between us!).

Your name: Your e-mail address:
  Security Verification            
  Enter the code shown   Entering the code in the box protects your email address and helps prevent automated spam