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Unlock Access to Gibraltar’s Top Attractions with Substantial Savings on Gate Prices

Experience the best of Gibraltar with the GibraltarPass. It’s your all-in-one ticket to the Rock’s top attractions, from stunning views and rich history to VAT Free shopping. Enjoy a unique culinary experience and meet the local wildlife. GibraltarPass is the key to a memorable, value-packed visit to Gibraltar.

Included Attractions

Your GibraltarPass already includes admission to these top attractions at no extra cost:

Minibus Rock Tour

Discover the highlights of Gibraltar with our Minibus Rock Tour. Led by experienced guides, this tour covers:

  • Europa Point: Enjoy views over the Strait of Gibraltar.
  • Top of The Rock Nature Reserve: Explore the natural beauty.
  • Ape’s Den: Encounter the famous Barbary Macaques.
  • St Michael’s Cave: Marvel at the geological wonder.

Departing from MidTown Coach Park, the tour lasts approximately 1hr 45min. Advance booking is required due to limited availability.

*Note: With the Gibraltar Pass, choose between this tour or the Cable-Car for the Top of The Rock, but not both.

Opening hours:
Mon – Fri from 12:30

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Efficient Public Transport with Gibraltar Pass – CitiBus Routes 5 & 10

Your Gibraltar Pass includes a return ticket on CitiBus Routes 5 & 10, offering easy access to the City Centre and the Cable-Car. For visitors arriving from Spain, it’s advised to park near the border and use the conveniently located bus stops to enter Gibraltar. Those coming by cruise can find the Route 10 bus stop near the main Port Gate, less than a five-minute walk away. The pass covers your return trip, ensuring a hassle-free visit to Gibraltar.

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The Cable Car

Experience breath-taking views from Gibraltar’s Cable Car, a swift 6-minute journey to the top. At 412m above sea level, the Top Station offers a café, restaurant, and giftshop. Discover Gibraltar’s beauty from the sky—open daily with varying summer and winter schedules.

Open Mon-Sun 09:30-17:15
Last Cable Car down 17:45

The GibraltarPass includes travel both up and down on the cable-car. There is no need to reserve places (go to the Pre-paid line to avoid queue).

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The SkyWalk

Gibraltar’s SkyWalk, 340 metres above sea level, offers a thrilling 360º panoramic view from a cliff-hanging glass platform. An adventurous experience not for the faint-hearted, open daily.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:00 – 18:15

St Michael’s Cave

St Michael’s Cave, a top attraction in Gibraltar, is renowned for its impressive stalagmites and stalactites. The cave also boasts an engaging light and sound show, “The Awakening,” which beautifully highlights its historical significance and natural beauty. This experience provides visitors a glimpse into the cave’s rich history intertwined with Gibraltar’s landscape.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:00 – 18:15

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Apes Den

Meet the famous Barbary Macaques at Apes Den, a unique encounter with Europe’s only freely roaming apes. Over 200 monkeys guarantee an unforgettable experience, open every day.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:00 – 18:15

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The Great Siege Tunnels

Journey through history in the Great Siege Tunnels, a testament to military ingenuity dating back to 1779. Open daily, they feature historic cannons and multimedia displays.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:30 – 18:15, Last Entry 17:45

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O’Hara’s Battery

Visit O’Hara’s Battery, the highest point of the Rock, for an up-close experience with Gibraltar’s military history. Open daily, it offers an insight into historic artillery operations.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:30 – 18:15, Last Entry 17:45

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Moorish Castle

Discover the Moorish Castle, Gibraltar’s oldest structure with stunning views over the Bay. Its history dates back to 1160, offering a glimpse into the past, open daily

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:00 – 18:15, Last Entry 17:45

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World War II Tunnels

Explore the World War II Tunnels for a soldier’s perspective in this extensive network. Daily tours reveal life during wartime with exhibitions and photographs.

Opening hours:
Tours run Monday to Sunday from 09:30 – 19:15 (last entry 18:15 in summer, 17:30 in winter).

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The Alameda Gardens

Explore the Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park within the historic Alameda Gardens, established in 1816. This lush sanctuary is a treasure trove of diverse plants, exotic birds, and towering trees, offering a peaceful retreat. Ideal for families, the park features a charming zoo and a children’s playground. Learn more at Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:00 – 20:00

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Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park

The AWCP, Gibraltar’s unique wildlife haven, is situated in the stunning Alameda Botanic Gardens. Hosting a variety of exotic and native species, it offers a more personal wildlife encounter, perfect for both kids and adults. Discover this intimate and enjoyable experience at Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park.

Opening hours:
Mon-Sun 10am-5pm (4.30pm last entrance)
Closed on Good Friday, National Day & Christmas Day

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Windsor Suspension Bridge

Cross the Windsor Suspension Bridge for unparalleled views across Gibraltar’s landscape. A thrilling 71-metre-long journey, open daily for the adventurous.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:00 – 18:15

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City Under Siege Exhibition

Experience the resilience of Gibraltar at the City Under Siege Exhibition. Located in historic buildings, it’s open daily, showcasing the civilian and military endurance during sieges

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:00 – 18:15

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Europa Point Observation Point & Lighthouse

Europa Point offers spectacular views where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean. Enjoy this picturesque spot with its interpretation exhibits, open 24/7

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        24 hrs

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The Military Heritage Centre

The Military Heritage Centre, located at Princess Caroline’s Battery, displays relics from Gibraltar’s rich military past. Open daily, it’s a must-visit for history enthusiasts.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:00 – 18:15

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100 Ton Gun

Marvel at the 100 Ton Gun, a rare artillery piece dating back to 1883. Nearby, explore Rosia Bay, linked to Admiral Nelson’s historic return from Trafalgar. Open daily.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        09:00 – 17:45

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Gorham Cave World Heritage Monument

Discover the Gorham’s Cave Complex in Gibraltar, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2016. While tours inside the caves are limited, visitors can enjoy the monument’s platform, complete with picnic areas and panoramic sea views. Interpretation panels narrate the area’s rich history. The nearby interpretation center and viewing platform enhance the experience

Opening Hours: Open all days.

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Mediterranean Steps

Experience Gibraltar’s Mediterranean Steps, a challenging trek from Jews’ Gate to O’Hara’s Battery. Suitable for the physically fit, this path offers stunning views of the Rock and surroundings. Ideal in early mornings or late afternoons for shade, it passes WW2 fortifications and unique rock perspectives.

Opening hours:
07:00 to 21:00 (Summer time)
09:00 to 18:15 (Winter time)