Malta Maritime Museum

Malta Maritime museum, displaying artifacts of the Royal Navy

Malta's national maritime museum houses a collection spanning 7,000 years of maritime history. The worlds largest Roman lead anchor weighing 4 tons is part of the amazing maritime collections.

The museum building itself, a beautiful historic naval building that was once the Royal Navy Bakery. Situated next to the old Royal Navy dockyard with dry dock and workshops. A rich history of naval traditions. The museums houses a unique collection of over 20,000 artifacts reflecting Maslta's rich maritime heritage surrounded by the Mediterranean sea.

Part of the collection is a large ship model amongst many. a large collection of guns, the figure head of the 110 gun ship of the line, HMS Hibernia and a 1950's triple expansion steam engine with associated machinery.

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