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WAR H.Q. TUNNEL TOUR
Malta at War Museum or online.
Opened in 1940 to accommodate the Combined War Headquarters of all three services underground to protect it from aerial attack, this complex housed the Fighter Sector Operations Room used during the Battle for Malta 1940-43 along with other operation rooms and ancillary facilities. After the end of the war it was used by NATO up to 1977 to track the movement of Soviet subs in the Mediterranean.
Exclusive guided tours are offered twice daily one at 10.30 and another one at 13.00. The fee for this tour is €16.00 per person which also includes a tour of the Saluting Battery.
"Brilliantly displayed and explained information, Tunnels an added bonus." Catherine W, Tripadvisor 2018
"A must see - Visited the Malta at War Museum in Birgu earlier this week with my family. Well worth a visit to find out more about the history of Malta in WWII. I would thoroughly recommend a visit to this museum." David C, Tripadvisor 2018
"Exceptional - it is one of the most informative and interesting Museums one could ever visit. A must for any visitor to Malta to learn how it survived the war time blitz with a large amount of genuine war time film. There is so much to see and read that we will be visiting the Museum again. " Richard H, Tripadvisor 2018