Palazzo Falson

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Welcome to Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum, the former home of Capt. Olof Frederick Gollcher OBE (1889-1962), the son of a prosperous shipping merchant of Swedish descent. Gollcher was an artist, philanthropist, and also a discerning collector of objets d’art and historical objects.

As per latest government regulations, a valid COVID-19 vaccine certificate must be presented upon entry. This applies to both the Historic House Museum and Gustav Café.

We recommend you read our COVID-19 Conditions and Guidelines for Visitors before visiting >>

Opening hours
Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00am – 4:30pm (last entrance at 3:30pm).
Closed: Sundays & Mondays.
Closed on: Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday.
The Museum can be opened for After Hour visits and Special events.

Audio guided tours
Audio guided tours are available for not more than 6 people at a time, in the following languages: Maltese, English, Italian, French, German and Spanish.
 
Admission to the museum for Audio Guided Tours
Basic: € 10.00 (includes a 10% discount at Gustav Café)
Students, Senior citizens & ISIC card holders: € 5.00 (includes a 10% discount at Gustav Café)
Children: 0 – 5 years - no entry permitted, 6 – 12 years - FREE (accompanied by adult)

Printed information
Printed information is also available free of charge on Admission, in the following languages: English, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Greek, Russian, Portuguese, Swedish, Japanese and Dutch.

CAFÉ
Gustav Café is open from Tuesday to Sunday between 11:00am and 4:00pm (last entrance at 3:30pm).

As per latest government regulations, a valid COVID-19 vaccine certificate must be presented upon entry.

Kindly note that only children over 6 years old and accompanied by an adult are allowed in the café. No pets are allowed.

Customers of the Café will be offered a 10% discount on entry ticket to Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum from Tuesday to Saturday.

Gustav Café website >>
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Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum is managed by Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti, a non-profit heritage foundation aiming to spread awareness about our heritage through museums, publications, exhibitions and events.