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Enjoy entry to Gibraltar’s top attractions and receive impressive savings on the gate price

The Gibraltar Pass is your best value-for-money way to explore Gibraltar’s most popular attractions. Soak up its breath-taking views, taste the fusion of its foods, experience its rich history, encounter its wildlife and indulge in its VAT Free shopping. Make the most out of your visit to the Rock, with the Gibraltar Pass!

Included Attractions

The following attractions are already included in the price of your Gibraltar Pass:

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Public Transport- CitiBus Route 5 & 10 to City Centre and to Cable-Car

Your Gibraltar Pass includes a Return Ticket on our Citibuses, with Routes 5 & 10 conveniently located around The Rock. Both routes will take you to the City Centre and route 10 goes further to the Cable-Car.

If you’re coming from Spain then avoid wasting your time in border queues and traffic by coming into Gibraltar by car. Simply park at the big car park on the Spanish side adjacent to the border, and walk across into Gibraltar with our bus stops conveniently located just few meters away from the border. If you are coming by cruise, Citibus route 10 to the cable-car, bus stop is located less than 5 minutes’ walk from the main Port Gate, near the roundabout with the statues.

Your Gibraltar Pass will cover your return once you’re done visiting Gibraltar.

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The Cable Car

The views from the Cable Car’s Top Station, located 412m above sea level, are truly spectacular and it will take you only 6 minutes to get to the top. The top station features a café, restaurant and gift-shop. The Cable-Car is the ultimate gateway to the other attractions at the Top of The Rock.

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

Standing 340 metres directly above sea level, this cliff-hanging glass platform and walkway provides an unbroken 360º panoramic viewpoint. Not for the faint-hearted!

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

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St Michael’s Cave

One of Gibraltar’s most popular attractions, this spectacular Stalagmite and Stalactite cave also features an immersive light and sound installation expressing layers upon layers of history fused with the Rock. The Awakening Show illuminates these sculptures of time and reawakens their hidden story.

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

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Apes Den

Perhaps Gibraltar’s most famous tourist attraction – Gibraltar is the only place in Europe where you can find freely roaming tail-less monkeys, known as Barbary Macaques. With over 200 monkeys in Gibraltar, you are guaranteed to see some at Apes Den.

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

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Minibus Rock Tour

Explore the must-see sites of the Rock with experienced and qualified guides on this driven minibus Rock Tour. The tour includes:

  • Europa Point: for viewing over the Strait of Gibraltar
  • Top of The Rock Nature Reserve
  • Ape’s Den: home of the famous Barbary Macaques tail-less monkeys
  • St Michael’s Cave

Tours depart from MidTown Coach Park and last approximately 1hr45 Min and must be booked at least 1 Day in advance due to limited spaces, following the booking button below.

* Please note, under the Gibraltar Pass you have the choice of visiting the Top of The Rock Nature Reserve via this tour or by Cable-Car, but not both.

Opening hours:
Mon – Fri from 12:30

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The Great Siege Tunnels

Dating back to 1779, these tunnels, dug inside the depth of the Rock, are perhaps the most impressive defence system devised by man. The tunnels feature historic cannons and multi-media displays depicting the unique military history of Gibraltar.

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

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O’Hara’s Battery

Located at the highest point of the Rock of Gibraltar, this impressive military stronghold features large cannons where visitors can experience the mechanics of how these big guns operate, both above ground and below-ground.

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

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Moorish Castle

The oldest structure in Gibraltar, first built in 1160, or earlier. This historic castle and fortifications commands great views over the Bay of Gibraltar and provides visitors with a window to Gibraltar’s past.

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

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World War II Tunnels

Get an insight into life as a soldier in this vast network of military tunnels. Licensed tour guides will take you on a tour lasting approximately 30 – 40 minutes which includes static exhibitions and photographic displays.

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

This spectacular botanical garden dates back to 1816 and is home to many unique plants, birds and impressive trees. It is a great place to relax and enjoy nature. The gardens are also home to a small zoo- the Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park as well as kids playground.

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

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Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park

The AWCP is the only Wildlife Park in Gibraltar. Nestled in the beautiful Alameda Botanic Gardens, the AWCP is home to a collection of both exotic and native species. Unlike big zoos, the AWCP provides a more personal and intimate encounter with the animals, and a fun experience for both kids and adults alike.

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

Hanging across a 50-metre-deep gorge, this 71 metres long swinging suspension bridge is definitely not for the faint-hearted but affords magnificent views across the strait, bay and city of Gibraltar.

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

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City Under Siege Exhibition

Housed in some of the most historic buildings in Gibraltar, dating back to the early 18th century, this multi-media exhibition depicts the hardship that Gibraltar’s civilian and military population had to endure under constant attacks.

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

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Europa Point Observation Point & Lighthouse

Situated at the southern-most point of Gibraltar, at the place where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Med-Sea, this observation point provides spectacular views across the strait along with a new outdoor and indoor interpretation exhibits.

Opening hours:
Mon – Sun        24 hrs

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The Military Heritage Centre

The centre is housed at Princess Caroline’s Battery, a former artillery battery located at the northern end of the Gibraltar Nature Reserve. The relics exhibited, date from the 18th century to the present, and include weapons, shells, and other artefacts.

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

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100 Ton Gun

This heavy gun battery dates back to 1883, and is one of only two such cannons left in the world, the other one is in Malta.

Check out the operating mechanics of this cannon and visit the adjacent Rosia Bay, where Admiral Nelson’s ship was anchored upon her return from victory at the Battle of Trafalgar.

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

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Gorham Cave World Heritage Monument

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The Gorham’s Cave Complex received UNESCO World Heritage status in 2016. Tours of the actual caves are restricted and subject to an annual quota of visitors, but the Gorham Cave monument sits on a platform offering picnic tables and great views of the sea and the Rock. The platform has a series of interpretation panels which tell the story of the entire area. The Gorham Cave Complex interpretation centre and viewing platform is located nearby.

Opening Hours: Open all days.

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Mediterranean Steps

The Med Steps path take the walker from Jews’ Gate on the southern entrance to the Nature Reserve at 180m above sea level, up towards O’Hara’s Battery at 419m, close to the Top of the Rock. It is a steep, challenging walk and requires physical fitness . Early mornings are usually preferable, but during the summer months a late afternoon walk will provide the visitor with plenty of much-needed shade. The path passes next to some WW2 fortifications as well as provides unique viewing angles of the Rock and the surrounding area.

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