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In the hustle and bustle of Gib this is a wonderful place to visit for 90 mins or so. Well laid out and providing an interesting and informative backdrop to the area from Neolithic times right up to the current day.
For £5, great little place to visit. Lady on the front desk was very friendly and helpful. Spent an interesting hour and a half here, really enjoyed the old photos of Gibraltar and it’s people. The old Pathe film clips of the British military presence...More
We purchased joint museum and cave tickets and visited on separate days.
Interesting museum but the caves were difficult to find. After asking a few people, we walked about 15 minutes up the road from the lighthouse to a visitor centre, where a guide gave...More
The museum is quite small but has plenty of interesting exhibits and information. The old water colour paintings of Gibraltar are almost worth the visit themselves but the WWII, Neanderthal, and other information plus the Moorish baths excavations beneath the building all add to make...More
We just got into Gibraltar and visited there local museum it was ok .
It’s full of history but you have to read a lot and if you had the time then you might it joy it more then we did .
They have a...More
Cheap and a great way to while away 2 hours on a rainy day. shows the history of the rock together with a full size model. hisrorical photos and videos show why Gib is the way it is. The museum also happens to be on...More
Visited after a recomendation at the World Heritage Site at Europa Point. Well worth it to see more details about the Neanderthal people that lived in the caves at Europa Point.
Small museum but interesting range of exhibits. The moorish baths, watercolour paintings of old...More
Last time I came to Gibraltar, I didn't have time to visit this, glad I rectified that! The very first thing is the new Neanderthal exhibition, leading up through history with lots of local information and artefacts from all the civilisations that colonised the rock....More
£5 to enter this small eclectic museum which is in an unassuming house. Some areas are only accessible by stairs. Artefacts include ancient vessels, military history, recreations of Neanderthals of Gibraltar, old horse drawn gharry/ carriage, an old Gibraltar BBC TV camera & a model...More
we Enjoyed our Visit to the Gibraltar Museum a small museum but Very Concise in its layout of Gibraltar’s history and its peoples we especially enjoyed the pre history and neanderthal exhibit with Nana & Flint who,s amazing lifelike reconstructions were made by the fantastic...More
There are Neanderthal exhibits which will be expanded very soon as they are currently under refurbishment (new galleries opening May 2016). More artifacts and interpretation of the nominated World Heritage Site known as the... More
There are Neanderthal exhibits which will be expanded very soon as they are currently under refurbishment (new galleries opening May 2016). More artifacts and interpretation of the nominated World Heritage Site known as the 'Gibraltar Neanderthal Caves and Environments' will soon be featured. Hope that helps!