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Lascaris War Rooms

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Fascinating insight into Maltese history

Had seen positive reviews on here but were undecided whether to visit or not. So glad we did. Tour... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Gareth P
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Worth a visit

The war rooms are very interesting, Well worth a visit, The history of Malta during the last war... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Stay790194
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The Lascaris War Rooms consist of an underground complex of tunnels and chambers that housed the War Headquarters from where the defence of Malta was conducted during the Second World War.This secret complex contained operations rooms for each of...more
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Lascaris Ditch, Valletta, Island of Malta VLT 2000, Malta
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All reviews guided tour well worth a visit fascinating place enthusiastic guide his knowledge follow the signs come alive fascinating insight saluting battery well worth the effort excellent tour history buff short film fort rinella great visit george cross interesting visit
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Had seen positive reviews on here but were undecided whether to visit or not. So glad we did. Tour guide, James, was knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Brought the story to life. Really interesting to see how the island of Malta was impacted by the war and...More

Thank Gareth P
Reviewed 2 days ago

We accessed via the Upper Barracca Gardens, which was a mistake, we were advised to go round the corner and follow the signs, what followed was a major descent down many flights of stairs and back streets. We then waited for the guided tour only...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The war rooms are very interesting, Well worth a visit, The history of Malta during the last war, The sacrifices of the inhabitants,And the allies,More rooms will be opening later this year,

Thank Stay790194
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The artifacts were interesting and good copies of the originals but the explanations hard to understand due to the poor English of the guides

1  Thank Bunnycuks
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A great little historical find run by a happy, knowledgable and friendly bunch. In short it’s a tour around the underground rooms the British used to plan and operate WW2 operations in the area. Our tour guide (Justin) was super knowledgable, and funny, and talked...More

Thank BjAlbertros77
Reviewed 2 days ago

Although visited Valletta in the past I'd always wanted to go here and I wasn't disappointed. I walked from near to the Triton Fountain and it took about 15 minutes of slow walking (using the Google maps walking mode on my phone & it worked...More

Thank Stuart S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

If you want to understand a little of the history of Malta then visit. We had the guided tour and found it really interesting learning about the Country and what we didn’t know.

Thank NicDew1
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We found this little museum very interesting, especially if you have an interest in the war and the island. If you expect to find a wizzy interactive place then it is possibly not for you. You don't need computers when looking around this museum. Its...More

Thank Gaynor100
Reviewed 5 days ago

If one is interested in the recent history of Malta, the war rooms are definitely worth a visit. We purchased a combined ticket for the saluting battery and the war rooms, which are in very close proximity to each other, very good value. The guides...More

Thank maw1002003
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

New and improved and getting bigger,new guides and extended rooms and artifacts since I was there last,guides very informative giving better insight,great attraction to visit in Valletta

Thank jacqueline m
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lisajb123
5 May 2018|
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Response from Carm F | Reviewed this property |
Start the tour from Upper Barakka and you will be taken to the War Rooms as part of the tour. Upper Barakka is close to Castille, the prime minister's office.
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Andrada M
4 March 2018|
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Response from Katrien L | Reviewed this property |
No it is a voluntary organisation but it's very reasonable.
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OJ1982
20 February 2018|
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Response from emage77 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I am unsure of the exact times of the tours, when I went one was due to start so we just tagged on to that. It was about an hour and is all included in the admission price. It really is well worth it :)
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