Lascaris Battery, also known as Fort Lascaris or Lascaris Bastion, is an artillery battery located on the east side of Valletta, Malta. The battery was built by the British in 1854, and it is connected to the earlier St. Peter & Paul Bastion of the Valletta Land Front. In World War II, the Lascaris War Rooms were dug close to the battery, and they served as Britain's secret headquarters for the defence of the island.Download Download See more
Mon - Sun: 10 am - 5 pm
Gun firing: noon, 4 pm
A brief commentary precedes the noon fire, starting around 11:45 am.
Guided tours: 11 am, 12:10 pm, 3 pm
Closed: Dec 24, 25, 31, Jan 1, Good Friday, Easte, Aug 15
Adult: €3 (inclusive of guided tour)
Children under 16: €1