Part A: The Rotunda of Mosta and Mosta World War II Shelter
Upon arrival at the Rotunda of Mosta, guests will be invited to explore the church's sacristies, where they can view a replica of the bomb and a collection of religious exhibits. Brochures about the church are provided in different languages, and a mobile phone app is available for download, which includes a 7-minute video about Mosta, the church, and its special events.
Guests can also visit the World War II Shelter, where two exhibitions are on display. One features photographs of Malta during World War II, while the other showcases tools used in different traditional Maltese jobs.
Part B: Walk through the old streets of Mosta and visit varied places of interest with exclusive access
Guests will be accompanied by one of our team members as they walk through the old streets of Mosta and visit various places of interest with exclusive access. A booklet explaining the significance of each place of interest is provided in different languages, and through the mobile phone app, guests can also listen to further information.
Part C: A typical full Maltese buffet meal served in "Dar Mustija," a characteristic Maltese house and garden
Dar Mustija is a typical townhouse built in 1800, located in the heart of Mosta. In 1974, it was donated to the Mosta Parish by the siblings Grezzju, Gużeppa, and Sunta and became a center for religious teaching and formation. Today, it serves as a place to welcome our guests for a treat of local food and drink. In the quaint garden, surrounded by orange trees, guests can enjoy a relaxed atmosphere while indulging in some Maltese delicacies.
A typical full Maltese buffet meal will be served, featuring:
• Maltese bread with Kunserva
• Maltese cheesecakes (pastizzi)
• Maltese Tuna Ftira
• Bigilla and water biscuits
• Butter beans
• Peppered goat cheese
• Types of Maltese sweets
• Water, wine or soft drink
• Coffee or tea
We hope you enjoy your Mosta Dome experience and create unforgettable memories!
|Mosta Rotunda, Mosta, Malta|
Period / Time:
|04/04/2023 - 26/12/2023|
|Monday - Sunday|
|10:30 am - 03:30 pm|