The Limeston Heritage is an interesting attraction located in the traditional Maltese village of Siggiewi. This structure celebrates the Maltese islands' distinct stone and its history dating back over 22 million years. The golden limestone is one of the island’s greatest natural resources. Most of the buildings are constructed from, for that it is possibile to cherish immediatly the honey colour of the towns around the island. Not only the towns were built with this particular limeston but also the important ancients Maltese Megalithic temples, as well as the elegant cities of Mdina, the first capital of Malta, and the current capital of Valletta. At Limestone Heritage Park and Gardens you can find details and deepen informations about the golden stone, the local history and culture through a multilingual audiovisual presentation and an engaging walkthrough available in 17 different languages: Maltese, English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Greek, Polish, Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese.
The Limeston Heritage has been conceptualized and founded by Manuel Baldacchino and his family, they have built the structure within a disused quarry, so the enviroment is board and the attractions are ideal for all the family. At Limestone Heritage you can partecipate to the Folklore Nights, or you can organize functions and weedings. Moreover there are a lot of activities such as Pony Rides, Family Fun days, Archery, Abseiling, Farmer’s Lunch, Olive Tasting, Limoncello Making, Stone Carving and Sculpturing. The Limestion Heritage offers also Services for corporate.
Contacts and Prices:
The Limestone Heritage, Park and Gardens, Mons. M. Azzopardi Str. Siggiewi SGW 2050
Telephone: 00356 21 46 49 31 / 00356 21 46 44 37
The tickets are
Adult Tickets €9.00 (€8.10 online)
Student Tickets €6.00 (€5.40 online)
Children Tickets €3.00 (€2.70 online)
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 09.00hrs till 16.00hrs
Saturday: 09.00hrs till 12.00hrs (Last entrance 30 minutes before closing time)