The Malta Maritime Museum is found within the Old Naval Bakery in Vittoriosa, where the Marina Grande helps visitors chart 7,000 years of history under one roof. The Museum shows the global nature of seafaring and its impact on Malta’s society. The museum houses numerous artefacts accenting the different epochs of Malta’s history that is inadvertently tied to the sea. The Malta Maritime Museum houses a exclusive collection of over 20,000 artefacts belonging to Malta’s Maritime past. Nowadays the museum is proud to showcase some sole pieces including the largest known roman anchor in the world, the earliest known ex:voto in Malta, the largest ship model belonging to the Order of St John, the largest collection of cannons on the island, the Napoleonic figure head of the 110 gun ship HMS Hibernia, a 1950s working marine steam engine, and a collection of 60+ boats.