Museums & Monuments
St Michael´s Cave
St Michael´s Cave is a natural cave in the Nature Reserve of the Upper Rock. For visits entrance ticket can be purchased at the cable car kiosk. The cave is also a concert venue. Please contact the Gibraltar Philharmonic Society for more information.
Historical trail from Jews Gate on the southern end of the Nature Reserve at 180m above sea level, up towards OHaras Battery at 420m. Best to be done during the not so hot hours during summer - only for people with a good fitness level.
World War II Tunnels
The World War II Tunnels are a construct a massive network of tunnels within the rock and can be visited from 9:30 - 19:15, seven days a week
The Convent´s original buildings were built approx 1480 and extended by a chapel and additional buildings later on - it was partly destroyed several times. Today the Governors office is located in the Convent.
Nelsons Anchorage and 100 Ton Gun
Nelsons Anchorage location offers magnificent views over the Straight of Gibraltar.
Memorial in the honor of General Wladyslaw Sikorski, the Prime Minister of Poland who was killed in exile in 1943. This is the 3rd mamorial in his honor and it is situated close to the Trinity Lighthouse at Europa Point.
The Great Siege Tunnels
The Great Siege Tunnels are located half way up at the northern end of the Rock within the Nature Reserve. there are one of Gibraltars main tourist attractions.
Very old cemetery situated at the end of Main Street.
Casemates Square is a lively town square with live entertainment during the summer months.
The Mosque of The Custodian of the The Holy Mosques
Mosque situated at Europa Point.
Europa Point Trinity Lighthouse
Europa Point Trinity Lighthouse at the southernmost point of Gibraltar.