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Churchill War Rooms

Clive Steps | King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ, England
+44 20 7930 6961
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Historical London Walking Tour including Westminster and Entry to Churchill War...
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Private Tour: London Historical Walking Tour Including The British Museum
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The underground headquarters of the British High Command served as the nerve center of Britain's war effort during World War II.
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Clive Steps | King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ, England
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Reviewed today

The war rooms and museum contain a ton of interesting info, but is set up a little like a maze. We didn't have the time to do the audio-guide and weren't helped much by signage. (We watched the Darkest Hour about a week later and...More

Thank Meemschirk
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very enjoyable visit, not only in respect of the history of the war rooms themselves but also have excellent insight into the lead up and history of World War 2. Museum to Winston Churchill contained within the war room and it's provides a very interesting...More

1  Thank Kieran43
Reviewed yesterday

Being someone who truly loves history, and has a fascination with Winston Churchill this was the best place to go! It was informative, filled with all sorts of artifacts along with videos, and screens for different interactive activities. It is also HUGE! I did not...More

1  Thank krgross
Reviewed yesterday

A very well organised / laid out, museum which uses a handset with a commentry, so you can nwander around at your own speed, and have a close look at the exhibits. An excellent insight into the real conditions that were endured in this underground...More

Thank LeaFrancis
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Churchill War Rooms are part of the Imperial War Museums and very much worth a visit for anyone who knew of Churchill and/or is interested in the role of Britain in the Second World War. Here in a huge bunker of interconnected rooms below...More

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1  Thank MarcusLC61
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great experience here - the war room bunkers - beautifully restored in incredible detail. Between the rooms is a fascinating museum dedicated to Churchill - it has so much detail you need a couple of hours to cover it. Great shop and nice cafe. A...More

1  Thank belgaicas
Reviewed 2 days ago

My family & I visited since we thought my partner would really enjoy it; we were all enthralled, even my adult daughter who isn't a big fan of history. She said she thought it was one of the best presented museums she'd ever been in....More

1  Thank Robbi D
Reviewed 2 days ago

A really interesting exhibition with real detail and good value, some really good interactive displays as well as great historical facts, you feel you are back in 1944, the actual recordings of the people that served there are haunting and very special. My parents talked...More

Thank Jes C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Visited after seeing the film ‘Darkest Hour’. Fascinating and well presented museum. Provided a real insight into the life of Winston Churchill and the people who supported him during WWII.

Thank JohnCass
Reviewed 2 days ago

Guys i visited here with my friends the place is really cool it help us to teach alot of things we come to know more abt the wars that has been taken the complete knowledge of the 3rd world war probably this was the best...More

1  Thank vaibhav p
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Marktayl6
18 December 2017|
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Response from GLC314 | Reviewed this property |
No, I have not. I have only used CIE in Ireland and Trafalger in Italy and the UK.
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jonderm
25 November 2017|
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Response from Petychka | Reviewed this property |
About 3 hours at Churchill's bunker. You must go to the Imperial War Museum, which will use up another 3 hours - don't forget the Holocaust exhibition there. And then there's Bletchley Park (Turing and the Enigma Machine... More
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Hollie M
16 November 2017|
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Response from skyranger243 | Reviewed this property |
We walked there right after the Buckingham Palace changing of the guard. We walked right in--no queue at all. This was Friday, 3 November.
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