- Delve into the secret underground bunker where the British war effort was waged
- Walk in the footsteps of Churchill and explore the Map Room, the Cabinet Room, Churchill's bedroom, and more
- Hear audio recordings from the time, stories of the government's unsung heroes, and see fascinating artefacts like Churchill's letters, paintings, and cigars!
Peel back the peaceful decades of the post-war era, and explore the underground headquarters of Britain's war machine. Churchill War Rooms is a treasure trove of British history hidden beneath the busy streets of Westminster. Walk in the footsteps of Winston Churchill as he lead the country through the Second World War, discover his life and lasting legacy, and learn about the unsung heroes who helped to defeat the Nazi regime.
See where Churchill and his War Cabinet met and step back in time in the Map Room, which has been preserved exactly as it was on the day the lights were switched off, in 1945. A captivating audio guide will provide the incredible story of the rooms as you move through them.
Navigate its winding corridors and hear the stories of those who lived, worked and slept in the Cabinet War Rooms around the clock, keeping their location and work secret for years. Explore the Map Room, the Cabinet Room, Churchill's bedroom, and many other offices and facilities.
Hear extracts from Churchill's rousing wartime speeches, read some of the hundreds of love letters Churchill exchanged with his wife Clementine, and see personal objects relating to all periods of Churchill's life, including his paintings, and of course, his favourite cigars!
- Entrance to Churchill War Rooms
- Audio guide
- Temporary exhibitions
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
You can also sneak a peek at the tiny Transatlantic Telephone Room, disguised as a private toilet where Churchill used to speak in secret to the President of the United States. Things were simpler in the 1940s!