Hi Explorers,

it’s raining this weekend in Malta and Flora the Explorer got soaked earlier while getting to the bus!

However, it is still our sunny rocky island full of lovely activities and lots of things do to especially with your kids 😉

Take an umbrella and….LET’S GO!!!


  • Kids Club at the National Aquarium
    Let your children learn about the underwater and reptile world with us every saturday with lots of fun and games, arts and crafts, upclose marine life viewing and animated films, plus much more!!
    Its the best way to kick start their weekend. 
    For more info, click here
  • Milonga at Numero Dos
    Come along Mosta at Numero Dos from 9pm till midnight and dance at the milonga with us!
    Free for not dancer, 4euros for dancers. Tango music played by different DJ and drinks available.
    For more info, click here
    Discover more about Argentine Tango in Malta and Numero Dos, click here
  • The Malta Book Festival till Sunday the 12th
    Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta.
    From 9 AM to 9 PM
    Members of the public will be invited to visit the grand hall of the historic hospital of the Knights of St John to be treated to the biggest and most popular book event in the cultural calendar of the island. There they will find numerous stands representing both local and foreign publishers, bookshops, distributors and NGOs. Most of these participants have also been preparing events with literary themes, including presentations of new publications and their authors, dramatic performances and discussions.
  • May The Force Be With You, from Saturday to Sunday 12th
    Esplora Interactive Science Centre
    During those two days families are invited to attend Esplora where they will enjoy a complete Star Wars experience from a Star Wars exhibition which will feature favourite life size characters, miniature scenes from the films and light sabre duels. The public will be given a chance to challenge the Star Wars Table Top Masters in a National Tournament as well as fun workshops and presentations where Science meets Star Wars.
    This is a collaboration between Esplora Interactive Science Centre & Euro Media Forum.
    Comprehensive Entry Ticket Fees:
    Adults (12-year-olds and over) – 12euro
    5-year-olds to 11 year-olds – 6euro
    4-year-olds and under – Free of Charge
    For more information, click here