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The Limestone Heritage Park & Gardens

Mons. M. Azzopardi Street, Siggiewi, Island of Malta SGW 2050, Malta
+356 2146 4931
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“short film” (10 reviews)
“old quarry” (7 reviews)
Mons. M. Azzopardi Street, Siggiewi, Island of Malta SGW 2050, Malta
+356 2146 4931
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Reviewed November 3, 2017 via mobile

This cost €45.00 per head what great value for 4 hours of entertainment food wine dance 💃 . Had a great time this was the last show of the season and the best night spent in Malta.

Thank Allan J
Reviewed October 24, 2017

I live on the sister Island of Gozo but do like to explore Malta. This was my first visit to this attraction. I found it to be beautifully presented and well laid out, it isn't large so does not present an information overload. It is...More

Thank David P
Reviewed October 16, 2017

I never knew rock could be so interesting! This is the history of limestone extraction in Malta, All done with a really good audio/visual guide and excellent displays. The gardens surrounding the displays are so beautiful and a lovely little cafe when you finish. Well...More

Thank 194SueG
Reviewed September 24, 2017

We attended a folklore show here whilst on holiday in Malta. The venue is stunning, absolutely stunning. You sit at shared tables and this was interesting (as long as everyone has one communal language !!!). The food (starters and main) is buffet style and tables...More

Thank lochwoodfarm
Reviewed September 2, 2017

Very informative and gives a good view on the hard physical work that made Malta what it is. Until the introduction of mechanical aid all the building stone was hand worked. And the process was demonstrated well

Thank Aerfromoz
Reviewed August 4, 2017 via mobile

This location is an excellent educational thing to do if visiting Malta and a great insight into the methods used in quarries before modern machinery. The whole premises are modern and well laid out with informative signage with excellent access to both levels. The Maltese...More

Thank Paul A
Reviewed July 6, 2017 via mobile

We had a ball, we did the folklore night and it was fantastic. Great food, great show and great entertainment. Extremely good value, Would have to be the best thing l did in malta in the 3 weeks l have been here. Highly recommend it...More

Thank Buzzie1
Reviewed July 4, 2017

We attended the most beautiful wedding at Limestone Heritage - perfect destination in every way and the staff were lovely :-)

Thank RachelleJacques
Reviewed June 23, 2017

We all enjoyed this visit. Needs more explanation about how limestone forms. We enjoyed the short video presentation. The Quarry itself was beautiful & we enjoyed the audio tour through the history of cutting the stone from manual tools to mechanisation. Uses/cost comparison of limestone...More

Thank E2015P
Reviewed June 4, 2017

I wasn't especially bowled over by the thought of seeing how the history of Limestone has so radically affected all the buildings in Malta but I was very pleasantly surprised. This was a very interesting tour round a museum which is informative without being at...More

Thank Annette B
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February 13, 2016|
Response from IrinaLazar | Reviewed this property |
Hi! First of all i think it is 90 euros not 9 :). We went there with our own car an paid only for the programme...60 or 65 euros , i don't remember exactly. Anyway, they serve you food at an open buffe. Starters and main... More