Tour of Churchill War Rooms & Westminster, London
- Stroll along some of London’s most famous sights
- Visit the Churchill War Rooms and Museum
- Hear about the happenings of World War II
- Learn about London’s darkest days
- Tour guide for first part of tour
- Entry to Churchill War Rooms & Museum
- Audio guide
- Short tour of Westminster
- No booking or credit card fees
- Free cancellation available
- Earn 199 Reward Points per guest
- Booking protection from Experee
- Gratuities / Tip (optional)
Know before you go
- Duration: 2 hours 30 mins
- Weather Dependent: Indoor - N/A
- Spectators: This experience is not suitable for spectators
Discover the dark history of London and learn about Churchill and World War II with this tour through the Churchill War Rooms and Museum in Westminster.
The tour starts by walking past some of London’s most famous sites including 10 Downing Street, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. Visit the Cenotaph - originally a memorial for the First World War and nowadays the main war memorial in the UK. See the iconic statues of Winston Churchill and the women of World War II.
During the bombings of World War II, Westminster was one of the most affected areas being a home to the undercover and underground base of a secret world of exile governments, spies and a lot more. This is where Winston Churchill’s bunker was during the blitz of London. Explore the Churchill War Museum and the war rooms and learn about this dark piece of history.
As you head into the wartime bunker of the Churchill War Rooms you will feel like you’re travelling back in time! Feel as if you are reliving the horrific moments the politicians lived while planning the future of Europe in these tiny rooms.
You tour guide will leave you at this point. Enjoy an audio guide tour of the War Rooms which look the exact same as they did back in 1945. Hear about the history of World War II and how Churchill planned the defeat of Hitler.
While heading deeper into the labyrinth of rooms you will find how life and work continued underground - from top-secret conversations between President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill in the Transatlantic Telephone Room to simpler areas such as the kitchen of Churchill. Explore for as long as you like as you can leave in your own time!
Departure / meeting point
Starting point of the experience is at:
35 Victoria Embankment,
Start time: 2pm
Meeting point: Victoria Embankment
Please ensure you are at the meeting point at least 15 minutes prior to the start time
Unfortunately we cannot accommodate guests with wheelchairs or mobility impairments