Palazzo Falson is located in Mdina and it is a two-storey medieval palace fashioned on Sicilian examples of its period which was build by the Sicilian, Spanish and local nobility in Mdina. The Palazzo consists of a series of rooms wrapped around an internal courtyard, and an overlying piano-nobile which contained the original living quarters.
Heritage Malta is the proud custodian of some of the country’s most impressive palaces and historical sites which can be unique venues for the hosting of memorable functions and events. Built to be used as a courthouse, this palace was the seat of the Maltese inquisition. The building resembles a Roman Palazzo making it the perfect setting for a fairytale themed wedding.