Great views from here, reasonable price, not as organized as some of the other sites we visited but very interesting
About Fort St Elmo - National War Museum
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This is a great museum which tells the story of Malta's interesting military history, the exhibits are modern, varied and informative without bogging you down in too much pointless info. The story of Malta in WWII is fascinating and well presented here. Aswell as the...More
Due to the weather, access was not complete (but we got a reduction of the entrance fee). But we could walk through the Fort and relive the history of Malta (Valletta) through the centuries. Evidently, a lot is about WWII
The staff here was so very helpful. They went beyond their normal job description to help me with some private research concerning an ancestor. The museum itself was very interesting and definitely worth the time.
This is a rather obvious tourist trap now, but apart from the fact that you have the feeling that it has been slightly overcommercialised, the views from the top are breathtaking. This has al the architecture of another impregnable fort guarding Malta waterways. Available tickets...More
This museum is a must visit if you have any interest in history and especially the history of Malta during the Second World War. It covers Malta's military history including the Great Siege and the island's role in WW2. Exhibits include the Gloster Gladiator biplane...More
If you like history, if you love views, this is worth a visit. The history is well presented from earliest to more recent times; filled with artifacts from each successive ,,invasion,, and battle. Check out the suits of armour! Sea views are lovely. Take a...More
This museum is a must visit if you want to understand the history of Malta. It does a wonderful job telling the island’s history through the lens of military events. The museum feels unfinished in some respects. The first room examining Malta’s ancient history felt...More
Renovated fort with great views over the harbour, The National war Museum is a very interesting overview of the way Malta has been involved in various wars over the years, due to its strategic location.