For the health and safety of visitors, Din l-Art Ħelwa advises that we are observing the following regulations:

  1. Visitors must endeavour to observe the 2 metre social distancing rule.
  2. Maximum capacity of each building is communicated at each site.
  3. Acrylic shields have been fixed for your safety to reception desks where these are manned.
  4. We will ask you to provide us with your contact details should contact tracing be required. This follows the General Privacy Protection Rules.
  5. Please use the Hand sanitizers available at the entrance.
  6. Toilets – for those sites with toilets, until further relaxations of use, visitors are advised that these are closed to the public.
  7. We advise you to wash your hands often before coming, and use your own cleansing gels after taking public transport.
  8. Information Leaflets – we are limiting the availability of these. Our volunteers will hand them to you, please keep these for your own personal use after your visit.  
  9. Exhibits – please do not touch the exhibits.
  10. Please limit handbags or backpacks and if possible avoid bringing them.
  11. Visitors will need to wear visors or masks as they enter the sites. If you forget your mask, spare masks can be bought for 1 euro at reception.
  12. Should you use our audio guides, please know we sanitise these after each use.
  13. Entry may be refused to any visitor who looks unwell.
  14. DLH sites are mostly located in fresh open countryside. We leave our doors and windows open to ensure good ventilitation.
  15. Enjoy your visit and we do hope to welcome you back.
  16. If you wish to help our voluntary organisation, become a Heritage Guardian. Do become a member, a volunteer or leave a donation.  Your help counts if we are to maintain these beautiful historic buildings.