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Gibraltar Things to Do - King's Bastion Leisure Centre

King's Bastion Leisure Centre

Bowling, Cinema, Restaurants & More!

The King's Bastion Leisure Centre is a multipurpose venue that offers a range of leisure and entertainment facilities perfect for all the family!

A unique location within an old bastion, you can enjoy the cinema, a bowling alley, arcade games, and other indoor recreational activities.

Gibraltar Museum

Learn the history of Gibraltar

Located in the heart of Gibraltar, The Gibraltar Museum has a long history, with its origins dating back to 1830 when the Gibraltar Scientific Society was established. The museum itself was officially founded in 1930.

The museum boasts a diverse range of collections that encompass various aspects of Gibraltar's history, geology, archaeology, and natural history. Some of the notable collections include artifacts from the Neanderthal period, as well as exhibits on the Great Siege of Gibraltar and the Rock's military history.

Alameda Gardens

Relax with nature

The Alameda Gardens is one of the most popular and historic botanical gardens located in Gibraltar!

Visitors can find various features such as fountains, ponds, and statues that add to the serene and picturesque atmosphere. The well-maintained pathways provide a pleasant environment for leisurely strolls and relaxation.

The gardens are also home to a diverse range of wildlife, including several species of birds and small animals. This natural setting provides a tranquil escape from the bustling city life and offers visitors the opportunity to appreciate both the botanical and animal life within the gardens.

Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park

Collection of exotic and native animals

The Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park is dedicated to the conservation and preservation of endangered species, particularly those native to Gibraltar and the surrounding regions. The park plays a crucial role in raising awareness about the importance of wildlife conservation and promoting sustainable practices to protect vulnerable animal species.

The park is home to a diverse collection of animals, including several endangered and vulnerable species. These may include various types of primates, birds, reptiles, and other small mammals, all housed in environments designed to mimic their natural habitats as closely as possible.