What is Nickelodeon Treasure Hunt Malta?

Families are in for a real treat when Nickelodeon Treasure Hunt Malta kicks off this Easter from 13th– 17th April 2019. A treasure hunt like no other, children and their families will get the chance to enjoy exclusive Nickelodeon experiences and rewards at select attractions around Malta!

During the Nickelodeon Treasure Hunt extravaganza, families will be able to spy SpongeBob SquarePants at Bikini Bottom (AKA the Malta National Aquarium), learn to duel with Nella the Princess Knight at Spazju Kreattiv, take selfies in the exclusive Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles AR photo booth and meet PAW Patrol at the Esplora Science Centre, as they embark on an adventurous treasure hunt across the Mediterranean island.

In addition to the character experiences at the selected attractions, a free live theatre show at Pjazza Teatru Rjal will launch the treasure hunt over the opening weekend, a multi-character musical show for kids and families. A Nickelodeon Multi-Media Exhibition and Workshop Hub will be open throughout the week at Spazju Kreattiv, with the week’s activities rounding off with a carnival-style parade through Valletta Old Town.

Activity packs distributed via Malta Tourism Authority at all the venue locations and Air Malta flights, will give young visitors a chance to learn more about their favourite Nickelodeon characters and the island at the same time, whilst stamps collected at each attraction can be redeemed for Nickelodeon prizes. You can also access our exclusive Augmented Reality map of the treasure hunt to follow our Nickelodeon characters and events around the island.

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At the Malta National Aquarium expect games such as the Krabby Patty Toss Game, Jelly FIshing and ofcourse a photo opportunity with SpongeBob Squarepants himself. Finally upon entering the aquarium you can collect your Nickelodeon Treasure Hunt Stamp of the Malta National Aquarium!

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