The National War Museum is a fascinating place to visit in Valletta. The events and conditions that surrounded the two major wars have been beautifully elucidated in this very unique and charming museum in the city of Valletta.
Moreover, the museum gives a context of the country’s role in the wars. The two world wars and their consequences everywhere find a very interesting rooting from the point of view of Malta. This one of a kind sort of a museum is certainly a treat for history lovers. Even kids will enjoy the way the museum has managed to keep history live through the varied exhibits.
Have a walk through the history and dynamics of war with this museum that offers you an insider’s experience. You can easily buy tickets for National War museum on the counter, however, a tour would offer you an insight which probably you wont be able to see otherwise. National War Museum tickets tours are readily available with us, you just need to come and book your tickets for National War museum in time. For detailed National War museum ticket prices, refer to our tickets section.
- Other Hours: Last admission 4:30 pm.
- Adults (18 - 59 years)- 6 euros.
- Students (12 - 17 years), Senior Citizens (60 years and over), ISIC Card Holders, EURO less than 26,Card Holders, ISE Card Holders and ICOM Card Holders- 4.50 euros.
- Children (6 -11 years): 3 euros, Infants (1 -5 years)- Free.
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95% of people who visit Valletta include National War Museum in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
44.49% of people start their National War Museum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see National War Museum
55.46% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting National War Museum
Very nice museum, it is worth to visit. You will go through the history of Malta, including the arrival of the knights, the development of the fortifications, the Great Siege in 1565, further fortifications, Napoleon's era, WWII and liberation from the British. Each building has its own exhibition related to one era. It worth to sit down and watch/listen about the journey of the fleet which brought supply and reinforcement in WWII. There is a nice view from the fortress. Many movies were filmed here, including the Z War from Brad Pitt.
It's well done and put together but many things of just reading. You will learn an extensive amount of history. it's not air conditioned but it's out of the sun. I enjoyed the video clips and places to sit. The only rest room is in building 2. It's at the bottom of a large hill soooo be prepared for the walk back up.
I cannot fault this amazing museum in an amazing location. There is a complete and detailed history from Romans to modern day. At £10 for a ticket, it is well worth half a day of your time
very interesting museum to Malta's history and a must if you are visiting. Is not super busy as some of the spots did seem in Valetta so plenty of room to walk around at your own time. Amazing views also from here as you walk outside in parts of it. Great and reasonable for the cost too
Very sparse as far as exhibits goes, the historical element is well accomplished but visitors will have to read it all. The place was tranquil and very well kept but I felt it was missing something to really engage the visitor. All that history, turmoil and adventure was lost. Not one to take small children as there just isn’t anything to engage them.