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Casa Rocca Piccola
Casa Rocca Piccola

Casa Rocca Piccola

Open daily from 10am to 4pm; closed on Sundays
74 Republic St , Valletta, Malta, VLT1117

The basics

In addition to the wonderful collection of 18th- and 19th-century costumes, the palace contains family heirlooms and a wide selection of arts and antiques. Tours visit the Palladian family chapel, an Art Nouveau dining room laid out for a banquet with marble floors, and elegant bedrooms with carved four-poster beds. Tours generally also bring tourists into cramped bomb shelters carved out of the old cisterns during the heavy bombardment of Malta in World War II.

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Things to know before you go

*Casa Rocca Piccola is a must-visit for fans of history and interior design. *Tours take place in English, with laminated cards available in other major languages. *Admission is free for children under age 14; older students get discounted admission. *Parts of the house are wheelchair-accessible and there’s an elevator from street level to the area where tours take place. The bomb shelter is not accessible to wheelchair users.

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How to get there

Casa Rocca Piccola is located on Republic Street in the heart of Valletta, about a five-minute walk from the bus terminus. It’s easiest to reach on foot, as much of the old town is pedestrianized. If you have a car, you’re best off parking it in one of the designated areas outside of the city center and continuing your explorations on foot.

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When to get there

The palace is open from Monday to Saturday for guided tours, and closed on Sundays and public holidays. Tours start every hour on the hour, and take about 60 minutes. Private Champagne tours are also available with advance request and are led by Marquis de Piro himself.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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