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Churchill War Rooms

Open Now: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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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 yesterday via mobile

Revealing exhibition on the day to day management of WW2 by the British and in particular Winston Churchill. Fascinating display of all original items that were in use at the time. Most interesting is a global map with a pin showing the deployment of British/Allied...More

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Reviewed yesterday

The Churchill War Room was an incredible site to see and learn about the war and his role in it. The line outside was a 40minute wait but well worth the wait. You can see the rooms as they were used, learn about the role...More

1  Thank sueN5697PF
Reviewed yesterday

We couldn't believe this place. You felt like you were there ... in the bunker ... as Churchill was making such key decisions. Very powerful and very informative. Get your tickets in advance and you can walk right up to the door.

1  Thank Tim C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We booked online and when arrived the waiting line was wow, we skipped the line cuz we already had our tickets To be honest I didn’t know anything about Churchill, my husband booked it, after I went their i was happy with his dissuasion, i...More

1  Thank Nadosht-R
Reviewed yesterday

History buffs this is an experience not to be missed. I was there 21/2 hours before I realised it and I could’ve done more except for time I loved this and would highly recommend it if you are Churchill or WW2 fan

1  Thank Bluebrooke88
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This was my third visit, but my first since 2003 and my teenage son's first visit. The museum was new to me - I didn't recall it being there when I was last there. The Cabinet War Rooms are like a time capsule from one...More

1  Thank RamblinFan75
Reviewed yesterday

Visited the war rooms and could not believe how much there was to see. It was so extensive - covering Churchill's life up to and after the war; the war rooms used during the war and all the history around the politics of the time....More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We were not prepared for how much we would learn and enjoy this exhibit. There are interactive parts of the exhibit to keep both children and adults involved. There are volunteers ready to answer questions. The rooms on display are interesting. It showed the many...More

1  Thank gmtravellers
Reviewed yesterday

Round the rooms interesting and the audio good. However, I got lost in the museum part. Maybe that's just me though. Good way to spend a couple of hours. Just concentrate more than I did. We didn't buy tickets before we got there, but it...More

Thank Sarah M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The wife and myself went with our boys aged 12 and 10. They all went to see the film and all intrigued to see the actual war rooms. We paid on the day so queued for a 25 mins would of been quicker if we...More

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claire h
13 August 2018|
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Response from jeffreyhW4139YD | Reviewed this property |
More or less across the road in Whitehall is the red lion they have a room upstairs that will accommodate 10
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Charla L
15 July 2018|
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Response from David107Grafton | Reviewed this property |
If you queue up for a ticket that that day, it is for access at that time, online - you specify that time you require ie 11am. I hope this makes sense, suggest you book online as the queues for same day access are crazy
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trinxiegirl
3 July 2018|
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Response from NCTravelprof | Reviewed this property |
I think that school ID should suffice to prove student status. As for disability access, it is my understanding that you enter through the front entrance via Birdcage Walk by St James Park. Churchill War Rooms is... More
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