The Gibraltar National Museum welcomes group visits.
Guided tours of the Museum are available on request, and can be adapted to suit you group’s needs.
Educational workshops are available for school groups of all ages from Stage 1.
If you would like to arrange a group visit, please contact us.
The Museum is housed in an historic building, parts of which date back to the 14th century.
Part of the Ground Floor and Garden are accessible for wheelchairs.
The first floor Galleries (and toilet facilities) and the Moorish Baths in the basement are only accessible currently by stairs.
If you have special access needs, please contact us.
MUSEUM ENTRY PRICES
If you would like to arrange a special visit please contact us for further information
CHILDREN under 12
INFANTS under 5
GIBRALTAR ID CARD HOLDERS
Access to all Galleries
14th-Century Moorish Baths
Archaeological Excavations in the garden
All Special exhibitions
Bookshop and Gift shop
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It is best to drive direct to the public car park on Queensway and then make the short walk to the museum across Commonwealth Park up the steps/lift through the Line Wall. If you have just crossed the frontier from Spain, head straight over the runway and take the second exit at the sundial roundabout. Keep right at the next junction. The road will take you around the outside of the city walls. Take the second exit at the fountain roundabout. Keep to the same road passing a traffic light junction and one roundabout until you reach the car park, which will be on your right, just before the Queensway Quay Marina. Alternatively, there are parking spaces for the disabled along Line Wall Road, just past NatWest House.
Take bus route 5 from the frontier with Spain to the City Centre (Market Place). Bus routes 4 and 9 will then take you from here stopping directly behind the Gibraltar Museum building at Cathedral Square on Line Wall Road. Route 7 will also stop here.
The Gibraltar Museum is just off Main Street, on Bomb House Lane, past the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. Mary the Crowned and just next to the Bristol Hotel. If you have just arrived from the frontier with Spain, and crossed the runway, use the footbridge to cross onto the left hand side of the road. Follow the signs to the City Centre. Once in Main Street, it’s a short 10 minute walk to the Gibraltar Museum.