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Make your own way to the Churchill War Rooms in Westminster and show your voucher to enter. The site is open between 9:30am and 6pm, with last admissions at 5pm.

Once inside, you’ll enter the world of Winston Churchill, the British statesman and prime minister who led Britain through WWII. His wartime bunker is now a piece of living history, home to a subterranean network of rooms where wartime strategies were formed and secrets were discussed.

Explore the historic war rooms at your leisure, and use an audio guide to learn about the key points of interest. The site is also home to the Churchill Museum, which uses modern technology and multimedia exhibits to tell the premier’s story from the day he was made prime minister in 1940.

Known as an inspirational orator, Churchill made powerful speeches during the war and you’ll hear some extracts with iconic phrases such as “we shall fight them on the beaches.” Another highlight of the museum is the original 10 Downing Street door that Churchill walked through after he became prime minister.

How long you spend in the museum is up to you, but most visitors find 1.5 hours to be sufficient. 

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Churchill War Rooms
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Visit the Churchill War Rooms, part of London’s Imperial War Museum and learn about the life and legacy of Sir Winston Churchill. Leading Britain to victory in World War II, the former prime minister made use of a wartime bunker beneath the streets of Westminster. Use your entrance ticket to explore the historic rooms at your leisure, and visit the on-site Churchill Museum where multimedia exhibits bring the story of the great leader to life.

  • Entrance ticket to the Churchill War Rooms in London
  • Explore the historic wartime bunker at your leisure
  • Use an audio guide to learn about Churchill during WWII
  • Visit the Churchill Museum to listen to extracts from speeches
  • See multimedia exhibits that tell the story of the famous British leader
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Buy tickets at least 1 day inn advance online, we got in in 10 minutes. If you walk-in the wait is over and hour. Bring earphones so you don't have to hold the audio tour to your head. Wish I had thought of that. History...More

1  Thank Mary D
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We ordered it without noticing the paper requirements When called they said they would gladly steal our money anyway As travelers we had no way to print

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Fascinating & Inspiring

I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the Churchill War Rooms. The audio guides were an excellent resource. I highly recommend visitors use this device to more fully explain and provide context. The exhibits are well-presented and give an exciting sense of the challenges England and...More

2  Thank Jack C
Reviewed 1 week ago
Trip to the war rooms

It was so interesting we didn't get out for three hours, you got a real sense of what it must have been like to live and work there. You also got to understand a little more about Churchill's life and passion for his country and...More

1  Thank Sue K
Reviewed 1 week ago
great value for money

we are not museum people but I must say we found this one very interesting, and informative, a fine tribute to a great manMore

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Evansadmin, Evan Evans Tours at Evan Evans Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear sally502, We're delighted to hear that you had a great experience on the attraction. We are pleased that you had a pleasant overall experience. We would like to thank you for the positive feedback and we hope you take on an Evan Evans again...More

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17 August 2018|
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Response from Dleg4 | Reviewed this property |
So much interesting stuff in there, you won't even think about claustrophobia. Plenty of space to move around.
1 August 2018|
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Response from Taxpayer55 | Reviewed this property |
Agree with Jim. But get there early, or maybe the afternoon before. Lines in the morning can be horrendous. If you're staying in a hotel there, see whether the concierge can retrieve and print your tickets.
11 May 2018|
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Response from Steve C | Reviewed this property |
I wasn't aware time slots were offered. Pre booked tickets get fast track entrance
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