Magical Mosta

Explore the City of the famous Rotunda – Do it your own way!!

An experience designed to be enjoyed as an individual, a small team or a larger group which will take you straight into the heart  of one of Malta’s oldest and yet always evolving villages.

Available every Tuesday, between 10.30 and 15.30 hrs

Price: €25.00 for adults, Children under 12, accompanied by an adult – Free

Guests arrive at Mosta Dome Reception desk, using their own transport or public transport between 10:30 and 15:30 hours. The ticket includes three parts, which everyone can do in their own way.

A – The Rotunda of Mosta and Mosta World War II Shelter

While you’re visiting the Rotunda of Mosta, you will be invited to have a look inside both the sacristies where you can find the replica of the bomb and a lot of Religious exhibits.

You will be provided with brochures about the church in different languages.  A mobile phone App can be downloaded for more information, which also includes a 7-minute video about Mosta, the Church and special events we have in the Church.

You can also visit the World War II Shelter Museum. In the Shelter there are two exhibitions. One photo exhibition about Malta in World War II, and a tools exhibition showing different traditional jobs that we had in Malta.

B – Walk through the old streets of Mosta and visit varied places of interest with exclusive access

Assisted by one of our team members, you will walk through the old streets of Mosta. While visiting varied places of interest with exclusive access such as: Markiz Mallia Tabone Farmhouse – art and exhibition centre and the Speranza Chapel in the omonimous Valley.

We will provide a booklet (in different languages) explaining the significance of each place of interest and through the mobile phone App, you can also listen to a specially prepared audio tour of the information.

C – A typical full Maltese buffet meal served in “Dar Mustija” a characteristic Maltese house & garden

Dar Mustija, is a typical town house in the heart of Mosta built in 1800. In 1974 this dar (house) was donated to the Mosta Parish by the siblings Grezzju, Gużeppa and Sunta and became a centre for religious teaching and formation. While continuing with its original mission to this day, this place also has another function – that of welcoming you, our guests, for a treat of local food and drink. In the quaint garden, among the orange trees, you can enjoy some Maltese delicacies in a relaxed atmosphere.

A typical full Maltese buffet meal will be served.

  • Maltese Bread with Kunserva.
  • Maltese Cheesecakes (pastizzi
  • Qassatat
  • Timpana,
  • Maltese Tuna Ftira.
  • Bigilla and Water Biscuits,
  • Butter Beans,
  • Olives,
  • Peppered Goat Cheese,
  • Selection of Maltese Sweets
  • Water, Wine or Soft Drink
  • Coffee or Tea

More details…..

  • All the information will be given through a mobile phone app and printed material in five languages: English, Italian, French, German and Spanish.
  • The Walk includes typical old Maltese streets and houses as well as some places of interest in Mosta.
  • This event may take between 2 and 3 hours.
  • Guests who may have any food allergies need to inform us when booking.
  • Changes may take place in case of bad weather.

Contact us on – 00356 2741 8368.

Email – [email protected]