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Casa Rocca Piccola

Casa Rocca Piccola is a 'must see site' because it is not only the only 'living museum' of Valletta and but also the only private palazzo open to the public. Casa Rocca Piccola is now owned by the 9th Marquis de Piro of Budach.

The tour will take you through twelve extraordinary rooms with fabulous collections of paintings, lace, costumes and furniture. Intriguing is the network of underground tunnels and shelters, hewn out of the live rock beneath this stately home.

Casa Rocca Piccola was a former part of a larger residence, Casa Rocca Grande, built around 1580 by a knight of the Order, Pietro La Rocca, Prior of Santo Stefano, later the Admiral of the Order and later again appointed Bali of Santo Stefano. In 1918 in was bought by the De Piro family.
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday
Winter 10:00 to 17:00
Last admission
16:00
Closed
Ticket / admission fee
Guide tour:

Adults (18-59 yrs)
€ 5.00
Youths under 14
Free
Studens
€ 5.00
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One of the many interesting rooms.


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