Heritage Malta launches new membership scheme
Heritage Malta, in its efforts to increase accessibility to all museums and sites, launched a new membership scheme offering new initiatives and a variety of categories.
This new membership scheme follows the Student Membership Scheme aimed at students attending primary schools. The main aim of such initiatives is to increase the amount of local visitors towards museums and heritage sites.
The current membership scheme entitles the cardholder to free unrestricted entry to all Heritage Malta museums and sites except for the Hypogeum for which members are offered a 50% discount. Other benefits include discounts from the museum shops, discounts on activities organised by the national agency and participation in free exclusive events organised specifically for members.
The new scheme offers four membership categories with one, three- or five-year options. Through the new scheme an adult or joint members can admit up to six children free. Also, children, 12 years and over, from within members’ household are entitled to their own membership card permitting them independent entry. Through these improvements the membership card can be shared with grandchildren or child’s best friend. A three-year membership entitles the cardholder up to 15 free tickets to share with family and friends and a five-year membership entitles the cardholder to 30 free tickets to share with family and friends.
The prices of the membership scheme are as follows: • adult 18-59 years: €45 for 1 year,
€110 for 3 years, €185 for 5 years; • joint adult 18-59 years: €80 for 1 year, €195 for 3 years, €325 for 5 years; • concessions 60+/disabled person/student: €35 for 1 year, €85 for 3 years, €140 for 5 years; • joint concessions 60+/disabled person/student: €60 for 1 year, €150 for 3 years, €245 for 5 years.
For more information about Heritage Malta and its upgraded membership scheme www.heritagemalta.org or visit their Facebook page.