The Musée Granet is located in the small monastery next to St. John’s Church in Malta. The works donated by the post-Renaissance painter François Marius Granet (1775-1849) form the basis of the museum's collection. In addition, there is a large collection of French, Italian and Flemish art from the 16th to 20th centuries. The handed down works of art masters such as Picasso, Leger, Matisse, Monet, Van Gogh, and Cezanne are intoxicating. In the masterpiece "Jupiteret Thétis" (Jupiteret Thétis), the master of the classical painting school, Ingres, the disproportionate but very slender beauty of Thetis makes people once again appreciate the spiritual pursuit of perfectionism. Opening hours from Tuesday to Sunday 11:00-19:00. Tickets are 4 euros for adults and free for children. It is a 10-minute walk from the train station.
The location of the scenic spot is in the suburbs, and there are many people who go there on weekends. There is a lake where you can go boating. It is suitable for couples or friends to chat. The greenery inside is very good, and the air is also very good. It is suitable for physical and mental training.