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Churchill War Rooms

Clive Steps | King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ, England
+44 20 7930 6961
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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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  • Average4%
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Clive Steps | King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ, England
+44 20 7930 6961
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Reviewed yesterday

So much to take in and try to comprehend. Leadership, sometimes misunderstood or unappreciated. Not here. Churchill and all the people that worked in this fortified bunker were leaders and defended the city against Hitler and his war machine. Awe-inspiring. Highly recommended.

Thank PaulKandfamily
Reviewed yesterday

We didn't know exactly what to expect and were very happily surprised to find the spaces full of historical information and preserved settings of what life was like during the Blitz. We learned so much of what went on and it truly is a testament...More

Reviewed 2 days ago

Whether or not you’ve seen the Churchill movies, you should visit this location. The actual original location of the war rooms from which Churchill conducted WWII have been restored and explained. The series of video interviews of the people actually there and the diagrams showing...More

Thank LarryRuth
Reviewed 2 days ago

The war rooms and Churchill Museum provide a comprehensive insight into WW11 and Winston Churchill. Take the audio tour and allow plenty of time, there is a lot to see and was very busy when we were there. An educational gem.

Thank David C
Reviewed 2 days ago

Spent 3 days in London for Anniversary taking in the sites including changing of the guards. So the visit to the Churchhill War Rooms rounded off the trip nicely. Very well presented.

Thank Pam B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Book online in advance as lines can be very long. A great intro to WWII London. It gives you a wonderful insight into what makes a great leader. Go early in your visit so that you can appreciate many of the other things you will...More

2  Thank windance
Reviewed 2 days ago

fascinating historical stories told throughout the museum, very well done and very impressive.one can spent several hours in this location

Thank Miriam G
Reviewed 2 days ago

Visited on a very wet and cold Saturday afternoon with my eleven year old grandson who is currently studying World War II at school, having taken him to the Imperial War Museum I thought this would be well worth a visit. Foolishly thought that it...More

Thank YvonneS917
Reviewed 2 days ago

We visited with our teenagers in December. Whilst it probably wasn't there first choice of things to do in London with their parents I think they came out really thinking of how it was in those days to be underground and running the war from...More

Thank Annette W
Reviewed 2 days ago

Wonderful museum. We enjoyed walking through history. If you are a WW2 buff (or not) this is a do not miss. Interactive and very informative

1  Thank liteman63
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Palace. Trafalgar Square and Nelson's Column are just
up the road as well. As captivating as the
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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.
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
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.