Lascaris War Rooms is an underground complex of tunnels and rooms in Valletta, Malta, where the war headquarters were located, from which the defense of the island during World War II was directed. The rooms were later used by NATO and are now open to the public as a museum.
The object is a monument and was entered in the National Inventory of the Cultural Property of the Maltese Islands. The complex is located deep in the rock, under the bastions of Saint James Cavalier and Saint John’s Cavalier, and 45 meters below the Upper Barrakka Gardens and Saluting Battery.
Lascaris War Rooms opening hours
Monday – Sunday: 10.00 – 17.00
Last tour starts at 16.15.
Children u/16yrs: €5.00
Family group: €25 (2 x Adults plus 3 children u/16yrs)
Tickets includes a guided-tour and a film show.
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