We visited today and I have to say it was the highlight of our holiday! Our guide Steve Church was fantastic - very knowledgeable and really brought the whole experience to life. Would totally recommend waiting for the tour (which is free with the entry fee) as there is very little information on display to explain what you’re looking at (there is an audio guide but my guess is it won’t be anywhere near as good as hearing it from Steve!) Steve explained it all in such brilliant detail during the tour, and there was plenty of time afterwards for re-visiting the various areas we passed through to browse at leisure and take photos etc. The audio visual film about the Malta raids and its subsequent award of the George Cross medal for its wartime efforts is well worth a view. The attraction is not government funded so relies totally on visitors to keep its work going, but even so the entry price of €12 per adult is very reasonable and well worth it in my opinion. There is a very good value multi site ticket for the Lascaris War Rooms, the Saluting Battery, Malta at War museum and Fort Rinella for €25 per adult which if we’d had more time available we would definitely recommend as it’s so cost effective. All in all, an excellent couple of hours spent today which was enjoyed by the whole family (including two not-easily-impressed teens) and a nice cool respite from the heat and blazing sun. Would have loved to do the extra war tunnel tour for €15 per adult but sadly ran out of time - ah well, maybe next time as will definitely return, especially as they are still adding to the attraction by creating an extra museum of war time artefacts which aims to be completed later in the year.