See inside the rooms where Winston Churchill and his cabinet worked during World War Two
For this attraction you get to explore the rooms which played a pivotal part in World War Two. Hidden under the streets of Westminster, the Churchill War Rooms are where the British Prime Minister and his wartime cabinet convened and devised counter-offensive strategies during the darkest days of the Blitz.
You'll have the chance to explore the underground maze of rooms in their original state, including Churchill's bedroom, the map room and the Cabinet War Rooms. The sense of wartime tension will be palpable, not least due to the scratches that Churchill carved into his own chair during those long cigar-fuelled nights.
On site is also the world's first museum dedicated to Winston Churchill. The combination of interactive technology, mulitmedia displays, photos, film clips, sound recordings, wartime documents and Churchill's letters to his wife all help complete the picture of Winston Churchill as a man, husband and leader.
Golden Tours Visitor Centre Victoria - 4 Fountain Square, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 9SH
Golden Tours Leicester Square Kiosk, 11A Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0EP
Churchill War Rooms, Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London, SW1A 2AQ
The nearest train stations are Charing Cross (a 10-minute walk), Victoria (a 15-minute walk) and Waterloo (a 20-minute walk).
The nearest London Underground stations are Westminster, served by the Circle, District and Jubilee lines, or St James's Park, served by the Circle and District lines.
The nearest bus stop is Parliament Square, served by lines 3, 11, 87, and 88.
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Operator Golden Tours / Gray Line London
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