I hope you enjoy looking at the images of Casa Rocca Piccola and the various attractions it contains. Casa Rocca Piccola is still privately owned and is a much loved family home.
Casa Rocca Piccola contains over 50 rooms, the majority of which are open for viewing. Over the years we have opened new rooms to the tours and are continuing to do so. The World War II Air Raid Shelters have provided a dramatic and exciting addition to the tours of the house and we hope that in the newly opened Gallery local painters and artisans will exhibit their works.
The value of Casa Rocca Piccola lies in its ability to provide unique historical evidence into the customs and traditions of the Maltese nobility over the last 400 years. You can also see a collection of furniture, silver and paintings that add to the aesthetic riches of this country.
We are fortunate to have a wonderful team of people who work with us in restoring works of art, researching our extensive archives and making Casa Rocca Piccola accessible to everyone.
All this has been made possible from the contributions that come in from the thousands of tourists who come to Malta and Valletta every year.
To fully appreciate what Casa Rocca Piccola has to offer, you have to visit. I hope that this website will give a small hint of what to expect.
Marquis de Piro.