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This site is pretty small - just the massive gun and the Battery Rooms with more information on the history of the site. There were only 15 guns made of this size and two were used on Gibraltar. It was too costly to demolish when...More
We arrived on a local bus and found it difficult to find as the entrance is not well signed. It is an impressive gun kept in a clean and tidy state with information on the lower level. It only took us half an hour to...More
Dropped in to see the big gun and it was huge, very impressive. It was cheap to enter, only £1 and an interesting exhibition, although quite small. Gun is outside at back and there is a beautiful view of the sea. There are also toilets...More
This was a scheduled stop on our tour for the day. This gun is massive and interesting to see. But, what was most interesting to us were the artifacts that are on display in the Battery rooms below the gun. Take your time going through...More
There is not much to see here except this massive gun. The British only made 15 guns of this size. Two of them were installed in the fortifications of Gibraltar in 1883. When more modern weapons bypassed this gun, it was too costly to demolish,...More
Ok. It's not the biggest museum in Gibraltar, but if you are interested in history;military or general, then I think it is worth stopping off for. The buildings and gardens are very well kept. The gun itself is very impressive and all the loading set...More
Wee caught the bus from near the cable car to just around the corner from the Battery. £1 entrance fee per person so you can't argue with that. It was empty when we visited so we wandered around the museum which was quite interesting. We...More