History, Elegance and Lifestyle... Wrapped Up in One Great Attraction!
If you choose to see one really great attraction in Malta, see Valletta Living History!
Re-live the arrival of Valletta’s earliest settlers; the Great Siege that erupted between the Knights of St John and the fierce Ottoman Empire; French and British rule; as well as the city’s heroic role in World War II till present day.
An audiovisual spectacular, the show provides great entertainment for all the family, right in the heart of Malta’s capital city Valletta. It provides fantastic insight into the history of the capital, local culture and Maltese society, through a documentary that charts Valletta’s evolution over the centuries.
Travel Back Through Time!
Valletta Living History takes you on a journey through time to discover Valletta’s incredible past! This leading Maltese attraction showcases the city’s major milestones, its rich architectural heritage and the ways of life of its population at every stage of its development. It gives you the chance to familiarise yourself with the city’s story.
You’ll discover the well-known events that shaped the destiny of the Mediterranean and Europe, as well as the intriguing facts and nuances that make Valletta the fascinating and vibrant city that it is today.
Valletta Living History really is the perfect head start before you explore the city yourself!
Valletta Live History is fantastically located, smack-bang in the centre of Malta’s UNESCO World Heritage city, and within its shopping and entertainment centre – The Embassy. You’ll enjoy your time spent within our state-of-the-art cinema, relaxing on comfortable seats and in air-conditioned surroundings. Offering plenty of top-quality entertainment for all the family in Malta, The Embassy combines major high street shopping brands, a restaurant, a welcoming cafe, a multi-screen cinema complex and a games arcade.
The multi-storey complex itself is located just around the corner from some of Valletta’s best-known attractions. These include the historic St John’s Co-Cathedral and the Grandmaster’s Palace, as well as Valletta’s prime shopping streets.