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Absolutely a MUST-SEE place, soaked in history and records of its existence date as far back as the year 158! The magnificence of the views from this place cannot be described in words. Most importantly, a visit would be totally incomplete without doing the tour...More
Went here today as part of a 3trip ticket for 13 euros to see this the maritime museum and the inquisitors palace-
The fort has been built on over the centuries - with parts dating back to 1400 and some parts of the older forts...More
We visited Fort St. Angelo one Sunday in mid-June, to visit the resorted Fort and to watch the In Guardia event on the Sunday morning.
The Fort has been beautifully restored and the quality of the workmanship is excellent. The three interpretive rooms were very...More
One bright sunny morning, I had the pleasure of a meeting at this glorious fort which I had never visited before. The venue had been changed, but having ample time I declined the offer of an electric cart transportation, in lieu of walking. The initial...More
I had the honour of staying in the fort as part of the 220 commemoration of the French coming to Malta.
It is a great structure to wander around, with several levels and great views in every direction, make sure you find your way to...More
Take a short boat trip from the Bakkara gardens/the Battery across to Vittoriosa, (cost 90cents return for seniors), the best value trip we've ever had. We enjoyed a walk along the quay past all the wonderful luxury yachts, how the other half live.
We had an old guide book and when we got to the fort we were surprised to see it open. From the ramparts there were very good panoramic views of Valletta and surrounding areas. Some of the walks are very steep. There is a little...More
Fort St Angelo was first opened for use in November 2015, after a very long period of renovation. It was made available to Her Majesty as a venue for CHOGM. After that it started to be opened to the public. As far as I know... More
Fort St Angelo was first opened for use in November 2015, after a very long period of renovation. It was made available to Her Majesty as a venue for CHOGM. After that it started to be opened to the public. As far as I know, the renovations continue, albeit at a slower pace, and newly renovated parts of the Fort are being made available to the public all the time. On September 8th Mass was celebrated in St Anne's chapel (which has rarely been seen by the public). So ... long answer ... I haven't yet seen the oubliette opened to the public, but it may well be opened at any time. For a more specific answer, contact the government agency that runs the fort, Heritage Malta.
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As far as I know, the €13.4 million restoration program is nearing completion but not yet complete. I believe a "St Angelo Experience" is planned for 2016 or later, but in the meantime, there is, I believe, only very limited... More
As far as I know, the €13.4 million restoration program is nearing completion but not yet complete. I believe a "St Angelo Experience" is planned for 2016 or later, but in the meantime, there is, I believe, only very limited access at some weekends. Weekdays the place is in the hands of the builders.