Tarxien Temples – Front Terrace

The Tarxien Temples site consists of a complex of four megalithic structures built between 3600 and 2500 BC and re-used between 2400 and 1500 BC. Discovered in 1913 by local farmers, the site was extensively excavated between 1915 and 1919, with a number of minor interventions carried out in the 1920s by Sir Themistocles Zammit, the Director of Museums at the time.With the temples having been recently fitted with a brand new walkway and protective tent, the outside area is ideal for a small reception or event. Let your mind travel back in time and enjoy your event surrounded by the structures which have survived the millenia.

Wheelchair Accessible

Facilities – Toilets

Restrictions – Sound till 11pm / No entrance in the Temples during events / Events after opening hours / No kitchen / No confetti / No gas cylinders / other restrictions apply

Parking Space – Street Parking

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