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The Malta at War Museum
A tribute to the hardships that Malta endured throughout the Second World War. Includes a documentary, visiting an underground tunnel maze and shelter, and many memorabilia.
The Malta at War Museum is Malta's best presented testimonial of its great ordeal during World War Two. The tour comprises viewing of the unique 'Malta G.C.' original wartime documentary; a guided visit into the deep and vast rock-cut underground tunnel maze originally serving as an underground civil defence centre for the Three Cities and an air raid shelter for hundreds of people; and an attractive display of period memorabilia collection.
Open: Daily (except Mondays, Christmas, New Year, Good Friday and Easter) from 10.00 till 17.00hrs (Animated tours on the hour)
Entrance Fee with Hourly Guided Tours:
Age Old Pensioners (AOP's) and Students: €7.00
Children (under 16yrs): €6
Family (2 adults and 3 children u/ 16yrs): €22.00
Buy the Multi-site ticket for Fort Rinella, The Malta at War Museum and the Saluting Battery at €20 and you get a 10% discount on all entrance fees, 3 Guided tours + re-enactments + 2 filmshows and free transport between attractions including return to Valletta main bus terminus.
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