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 of war, and experience the wartime bunker, left just as it was during the days of the Blitz.
What to Expect
Travel back in time to the dark days of the Blitz, the bombing campaign by the Nazis against the city of London during World War 2.
The historic rooms are just steps from 10 Downing Street and the Houses of Parliament in central London. Used by the British government to form military strategies against the German invasion, the rooms have been left virtually intact and remain in the same state they were at the end of the war.
Learn the fascinating secrets of the underground tunnels, and discover more about the life and legacy of Sir Winston Churchill in the interactive Churchill Museum, the first major museum solely dedicated to the former Prime Minister.
Play with the multimedia displays and cutting-edge technology to explore Churchill’s world, from devoted letters he wrote to his wife, to photos and film clips of his early life. Hear extracts from Churchill’s wartime speeches, including those rousing words “We shall fight them on the beaches.”
- Entrance to the Cabinet War Rooms
- Entrance to the Churchill Museum
- Entrance to Churchill's Bunker
Churchill War Rooms, Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London SE1A 2AQ