The Visitors Centre introduces the Sovereign Order of Malta, its humanitarian, medical and social activities. Situated in the Magistral Palace in Rome, on the corner of Via Bocca di Leone and Via delle Carrozze, the Visitors Centre is open everyone and provides information on the Sovereign Order of Malta’s past and present.
Here it is possible to learn about its many humanitarian undertakings carried out in the five continents, the role of
its diplomatic missions, and also the engaging history and features of an institution that is unique in the world.
The Visitors Centre offers films, projection screens and tablets connected to the internet and is open from Thursday to Saturday from 9.30 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
The Magistral Palace, which is granted extra-territorial status by the Italian Republic, has been the Sovereign Order of Malta’s government seat since 1834. Situated in the heart of Rome, the Palace is the residence of the head of the Order, the Grand Master. It is the hub of the Sovereign Order of Malta’s worldwide activities, where its government bodies meet and from where its institutional and diplomatic affairs are run.
Visitors Centre – Magistral Palace of the Sovereign Order of Malta
NOTE: Our visitor’s centre is currently closed for construction but can still be contacted at the following email address: