Churchill War Rooms, London

Historical London Walking Tour including Westminster and Entry to Churchill War Rooms
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Churchill War Rooms, London - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-2079306961

Ticket Price: 17 GBP

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:30 am - 06:00 pm Details

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About Churchill War Rooms, London

A branch of the Imperial War Museum, The Churchill War Rooms were formerly known as The Cabinet War Rooms and Churchill Museum. This World War II historic site served as the headquarters for Churchill and his wartime cabinet during the Blitz. Walk into the Map Room and feel like you’ve stepped into a time when secrets and strategies were exchanged underground while London was being bombed overhead. This place was the hub of activity for the British High Command and their war effort. Further explore the interactive museum and the Churchill Bunker and understand the life and history of Winston Churchill. The Churchill War Rooms is one of the main tourist attractions to visit and should definitely feature in you London itinerary for 3 days and London Itinerary 2 Weeks.

Churchill War Rooms Information

  • The Museum tour is included in the London Pass if once choses to opt for it.
  • The entire place has wheelchair accessibility and staff is happy to assist.
  • There is free audio guide included in the ticket price with information in 8 languages.

Churchill War Rooms Ticket Prices

  • Adult: £ 17.25
  • Child (5-15, under 5's free): Must be accompained by an adult: £8.60
  • Concessions: Senior / student / disabled: £13.80
  • All the prices listed here are without donation. For prices with donation, please check the official website.

How To reach Churchill War Rooms by Public Transport

  • Tube Station: Westminster (Jubilee, District and Circle Line) and St James's Park (District and Circle Line)

Restaurants Near Churchill War Rooms

  • Rouz at Parliament Square
  • Brasserie One
  • Wesley Cafe
  • The Red Lion

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  • Very interesting and informative.. you need a lot of time to spend reading ALL the facts/info etc held in the exhibition but all still very interesting. The waxwork models and the working/living areas of the bunker are a very cool interpretation of how it must of been down there at the time. Not great for smaller kids. Adults will love it. Was full of old boys and girls the day I went. Would recommend.

  • Definitely one of the greatest attractions in London! Worth every penny. We went on a Sunday afternoon and it was very quite. The audio guide is excellent and you could spend so much time in the museum! Wanted to stay for an extra hour.

  • Went to a corporate dinner there 2 years ago but only saw fraction of the display so went back. Got there about 10.15 on Tuesday. No crowds. Have membership so no cost although some may find day rate off-putting. There are stacks of facts and it makes you wonder how Churchill coped with all that he had on the go. As others say, the museum area is a bit complex to navigate and we kept on finding things we hadn't seen. Kept us thoroughly engaged until 1.00pm. A great morning out.

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  • A must-stop for history buffs and anyone visiting London. I was with a group of Americans who were brought to tears by the processional video. Everyone quotes him. You might as well learn more about this fascinating man. He certainly wasn't boring! Neither is this museum.

  • This was probably my favorite place I visited in London. It was very cool to see the underground war rooms. Also, during the self-guided tour there was a Churchill Museum, which chronicled his life. I thought that it would take no longer than an hour to go through, but it took my wife and I 3.5/4hours to see/ listen to everything . They also had an audio hand held, which complimented the tour very well. We bought our tickets on line to skip the wait. It was a great experience and I would highly recommend it.

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