Great Siege Tunnels

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Great Siege Tunnels information

Getting there
Walking: downhill from top cable-car station
adult/child £8/4, price given is for admission by road - pedestrians pay less
Opening hours
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The Great Siege Tunnels were gun emplacements hewn out by hand by the British during the 1779-83 siege. They constitute a tiny portion of the more than 70km (43mi) of tunnels in the Rock, most of which are off limits to the public. Nearby is the Tower of Homage, the last vestige of Gibraltar's Muslim castle, built in 1333.

New Ministry of Defence Tunnel Tours can now take you through the WWII caves where the Allied invasion of North Africa was planned.