• Location: Saint Paul's Bay, Malta
  • Duration: 90 minutes (approx.)
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Visit the Malta National Aquarium in Saint Paul's Bay for a family-friendly activity in Malta. View the fish and sharks from the walk-through tunnel in the main tank, and peruse the marine and land creatures found throughout the 41 displays in the aquarium.


  • Malta National Aquarium entrance ticket
  • See sharks, rays, and fish from the Mediterranean and around the globe
  • Take as much time as you like to explore the aquarium on your own
  • Ideal choice for families

What You Can Expect

Malta National Aquarium Entrance Ticket

Malta National Aquarium

Make your own way to Saint Paul's Bay to visit the Malta National Aquarium.

Enter with the provided admission ticket and discover the exhibits among 41 tanks that are home to a variety of Mediterranean fish, replicas of historical artifacts found in Maltese waters, as well as reptiles, insects and amphibians.

See fish species from the Indian Ocean in the main tank, including black-tip sharks, horn sharks, eels, and rays. Walk through the glass tunnel to get a look at the fish as they swim around you. The aquarium's tanks are designed to replicate the underwater environment. Spend as much time taking in the critters.

The aquarium building is a curved structure shaped like a starfish. Stroll outdoors along the landscaped promenade, and let the kids run in the play area. From the promenade, take in sweeping views of St. Paul's Islands. Additional facilities include food outlets, a beach club, gift shop, and parking garage.

Customer Reviews

Mihai L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

Beautiful aquarium.

Colette P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2017

A really nice morning spent there. The aquarium is in a beautiful location. Inside, the aquarium was beautifully kept and the exhibits were well displayed.

Kedeisha C

3 star rating: Worth doing January 2018

Great for children and the decor is nice. Other than that, there are no real wow' sea creatures in the aquarium, seems like they are still growing and building. Maybe in another 2-5 years they may have larger and exotic sea animals.

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