Churchill War Rooms

Churchill War Rooms

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Dive into Westminster's underground to uncover the secrets of one of history's greatest victories

Explore the subterranean world where Churchill's government plotted the defeat of Hitler's regime in World War II. The Cabinet War Rooms, located in the heart of Westminster, were operational just days before the declaration of war on Germany. Discover the secret corridors that kept the senior government members safe during WWII, where Churchill and his War Cabinet met, and step back in time in the perfectly-preserved Map Room. And don't forget to check out the Transatlantic Telephone Room, cleverly disguised as a tiny private toilet - who knew such important conversations could take place in such a tiny space?

Explore the Churchill Museum for one of the best days out in London for history geeks

If you're a history buff looking for things to do in London, or just a fan of all things Winston Churchill, you can't miss the Churchill Museum at the War Rooms. Get ready to take a deep dive into Churchill's life - from his beginnings at Blenheim Palace to his impressive military career and two terms as Prime Minister. With interactive displays and up-close-and-personal artifacts (including handwritten letters and Churchill's own belongings), this museum is sure to fascinate you. And don't forget to listen to some of Churchill's inspiring wartime speeches - they'll give you goosebumps!

Learn all about life underground in Churchill’s Bunker

Explore the lives of the brave staff who worked and slept underground during the war effort, and learn all about what it was like to share close quarters with Churchill himself. Check out powerful historic images, artifacts, and interviews with the men and women who worked in the underground bunker. Don't miss the famous Remington Noiseless typewriters, imported from the U.S because Churchill couldn't stand any noise distractions.

Book your underground day outs in Churchill's War Rooms, London for an unforgettable and historic time!

King Charles Street,
  • Toilets
  • Café
  • Two wheelchairs are available on site for people that may need assistance during their visit, these are available on a first come first served basis (subject to availability). Churchill War Rooms is wheelchair accessible throughout, however, please note the narrowest corridor is 68cm, and the tightest corner is 90 degrees.
  • Step-free access from the front entrance is via Birdcage Walk by St James Park.
  • A lift to the historic rooms is available for wheelchair users and those with mobility issues.
  • Guide dogs and registered assistance dogs are allowed to visit. Water bowls can be provided at the café.
  • Accessible toilet facilities are available at basement level.
  • A large print transcript of audio guide content is available from the audio-guide desk (subject to availability).
  • The free hand-held audio guide is available with earpiece for those who are hearing-impaired or have mobility issues. Visitors can also use their own headphones (standard 3.5mm headphone jack)
  • Subtitles are shown on most audio-visual presentations.
  • Seating is available at intervals throughout the building.
  • Unfortunately there are no cloakroom or locker facilities, therefore they are unable to allow access to visitors with suitcases, pull along baggage, or large hold-alls.
  • Please keep in mind, Churchill War Rooms can be busy at the weekend and during school holidays and it may be unsuitable for those who do not like crowds
  • There is an air ventilation system across the majority of the historic rooms and Churchill Museum that keeps the building at a comfortable temperature. If visitors are concerned about the temperature in the summer months, then it is recommend visiting after 3:00pm when there are fewer visitors on site, which naturally makes the environment cooler.

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