Discover the rooms where Winston Churchill and his Cabinet sheltered during World War 2 on a tour of the Churchill War Rooms in London. See artifacts…
Learn about life in London during World War II on a 2.5-hour tour of Churchill’s War Rooms and discover the war secrets of Westminster. See the…
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Part of London's Imperial War Museum, here you can get firsthand insight into political life in Britain during the Second World War.
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This is where Churchill and his Cabinet Ministers hid in while London was bombed during the Second World War, and where Britain's military strategy against Germany was conceived.
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The rooms are open all year round except December 24th, 25th, and 26th. Opening times are 9:30AM to 6:00PM, with last admission at 5PM.
You are allowed to take photos in the war rooms, but not in the museum.
- When should I visit?Daily 9:30AM to 6:00PM, except December 24th, 25th and 26th.
- Is it expensive?Adult single tickets without donation start at £16.35. Discounts for groups available.
- Will I need a guide?It will definitely help. Might be worth it to check out our best-selling tours.
- How to get thereBy tube: The Jubilee, District or Circle Line to Westminster, or the District or Circle Line to St. James's Park.
- Additional informationPrivate tours are available directly with the museum.
What people are saying about Churchill War Rooms
The churchil warrooms was everything we wanted it to be and more. Definatly a must see while in London
Excellent! The museum, in particular, was very detailed and its presentation was highly imaginative!
Great day out. I learnt so much. The underground rooms are totally amazing; to think that this was all going on in secret!!! these people are heroes for working underground every day, sometimes living there for months at a time. I would recommend to anyone to go along. Very interactive for adults and children alike; things everywhere to do and listen to and watch. A must place to visit. Cafeteriere good place for refreshments half way round too!
With the GetYourGuide tickets we were able to get in quickly and it took us, at least, 3 hours to see everything due to the fact that there are soooo many exhibits and interesting details to see. I didn’t even know there was a Churchill Museum within the War Rooms, so that was a definite bonus to the activity. Also, all of the artifacts, uniforms, maps are original, for the most part, and so intact, that this just makes you feel as if you went back in time to the very days when these rooms were active. Definitely recommend this activity to any history buff, like myself!
Was not impress trying to find a printer to print off tickets. Should be able to use phone.