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This garden is laid in the confines of what was an Anglican Cemetery in the early 1800s related to military and naval activities by the British. The cemetery is now not in use but forms a very important link in the British History of Malta,...More
The place is very well kept and a lot of time was spent on researching on the place. Paolo the one who guides the tour is very well versed on history and the volunteers are very welcoming. A must visit.
Apart from being a historical cemetery, it is a garden which has been lovingly taken care of by volunteers. It is part of the bastions with breath taking sights, away from the noises of the city. It can be reached easily from the Valletta main...More
We came here on a Sunday morning to escape the carnival nonsense. Free admission! Open on the first Sunday morning each month. We were given a personal guided tour by an enthusiastic volunteer. Wonderful history still being uncovered and literally pieced back together. Quiet and...More
I should of reviewed this earlier as we visited on a very hot day in early June. We also were staying at the Excelsior and saw the signpost for an Historic Garden which always arouses our interest. We didn't know about the N.T. concession but...More
When expats get involved in a voluntary organisation, it's the best of both worlds, serious professional approach, with locals can do inputs and networks. Rather than leaving this gem derelict it has been given a revamp and made accessible. Should be in the running for...More
I enjoycoming to this garden which is situated at the edge of Valletta on an historic wall. It was originally a cemetary for English in the XIXth centurybut only few stones keeps that memory. Well organised by volunteers from the Maltese National Trust, it proposes...More
We have been this peaceful oasis during a fund raising event held by the volunteers . The place itself is already interesting with all it's history, tombstones and memorials and breathtaking views of Marsamxett Harbour make it more worth visiting. Definitely recommended for anyone interested...More
Found this by accident because a signpost near our hotel
Not advertised in the hotel or other brochures
So glad we went and explored
Very historic and interesting flowers
With magnificent views over the harbour
A peaceful haven
Maintained by very enthusiastic volunteers who clearly...More