On Friday 5th April at 6.30 pm Heritage Malta is inviting the public to a cultural walk from Għar Dalam to Borġ in-Nadur accompanied by the curator who will be presenting tours to both sites.
The prehistoric site of Borġ in-Nadur is only around 500 metres away from Għar Dalam. It is situated on high grounds between two valleys and it overlooks St George’s Bay in Birżebbuġa. In the 1920s, the area was excavated by renowned archaeologist Margaret Murray. These studies yielded interesting information about Maltese prehistory which had until then remained problematic, including the differences between the Temple Period and the Bronze Age.
After the tour at Borġ in-Nadur, participants will walk back to Għar Dalam where they will be welcomed with some light nibbles and refreshments. A tour of the site will follow both at the prehistoric cave and at the museum which houses a Victorian style exhibition and a didactic display.
Tickets at €15 (adults), €13.50 (seniors and students), €12 (Heritage Malta members and children) are available from all Heritage Malta sites and museums.
For more information, visit Heritage Malta’s website.