VISIT THE MALTA NATIONAL AQUARIUM
Experience Malta’s Underwater Life
The Malta National Aquarium is spread over 20,000 square meters with 41 tanks including several fish from the Mediterranean Sea and Indo-Pacific Ocean. Get up close with our reptiles, insects and amphibian area! Plus don’t forget to get mesmerised with our new jellyfish tank!
You’ll find a number of surprises going through the Aquarium, with several different tanks showing a landmark of the Maltese Islands.
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- View Mediterranean and tropical marine species
- Tunnel and Shark tank
- Reptiles and Amphibian Area
- Nice panoramic views at La Piazza
- La Nave Bistro & Cafeteria
- New Jelly Fish Aquarium
- Several landmarks and other surprises
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- Family Ticket
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You may visit the Malta National Aquarium by taxi or rented vehicle, by entering this address in your GPS – Malta National Aquarium, Triq it-Trunciera, Qawra, San Pawl il-Bahar SPB 1500.
The Aquarium strives to be fully accessible to the disabled. The Aquarium is accessible by wheelchair and the Information Desk inside the Main Entrance will provide all the information you require.
Dine with a view of St Paul’s islands at La Nave Bistro or by the pool at Café del Mar.
We have several shark species at the Aquarium! See if you spot black tip, zebra , leopard and bamboo sharks when visiting us.
With so many different species there is always something fascinating to get up close and personal with. One of the most popular parts of the Aquarium has to be the tunnels which allow you to see a variety of creatures from the Tropical and Mediterranean Sea.
This undersea world also takes you to a replica of one of the most popular dive sites, showcasing a little piece of the history of Malta whilst you get to see some amazing creatures.