Well worth the visit in this historical building that was built to bake the bread and other baked foodstuffs for the British Navy during the 1800's and up to the early the 1960's. The building alone is an architectural gem which compliments the waterfront it faces. The exhibits cover every important stage in ship building and navigation throughout history. The museum covers three floors and is meticulously maintained with many of the exhibits being able to be handled and examined by the patrons. The entrance fee is minimal and the Maltese staff were typically friendly and eager to explain or help out patrons. The only draw back is that you need time to see all the exhibits, so young children may become a burden if taken. Having said this, my 8 year old enjoyed the experience as much as I did. Excellent venue.