Skip the Line Churchill's War Rooms and Westminster Small Group Tour
Explore the Preserved Secret Bunkers Where D-Day and the Fall of Hitler Were Planned
Head underground into Winston Churchill's elaborate World War II bunkers and see history preserved. With your local historian guide, learn the stories and context of life in London during WWII. After exploring Westminster, you will return to 1945. Inside the bunkers, the rooms are intact just as they were over 75 years ago. See the maps, documents, and D-Day plans as well as the bedrooms still made for the British officials and their families.
- Exclusive Churchill War Rooms and Westminster World War II Tour
- Meet Your Guide in Westminster
- See Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, 10 Downing St. and More
- Head Underground into the Churchill War Rooms
- Explore the Secret Bunkers as they were in 1945
- The Official D-Day Invasion Plans
- War Rooms Kitchen and Stories of Wartime Sacrifice
- Visit the Renowned Churchill Museum
Can you imagine traveling back in time to the final days of World War II? Deep below the heart of London, Winston Churchill brought his most trusted associates into secret bunkers to lead the allies to victory over the Nazis. Still preserved as it was 75 years ago, see the life and work that took place below ground. Take in the exhibits of the Churchill Museum along with a walking tour of Westminster with an expert guide. An informative and historic experience, this 2.5 hour tour includes:
Walking Tour of Westminster, passing Big Ben, Parliament, and Westminster Abbey
Skip the Line Churchill War Rooms Admission
Audio Guide of War Rooms and Churchill Museums
Maximum Group Size of 10
Meet Your Guide in Westminster
The tour begins in Westminster, the political heart of London. Your expert historian guide will lead you through the neighborhood taking in the history of Winston Churchill and World War II era Great Britain.
Pass by Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Parliament and More
In Westminster you will pass many of London's great sites. See the great church, Westminster Abbey, where many of England's most famous have been married and later buried.
As you near the River Thames, you will see London's iconic clocktower Big Ben. Take in the grand Parliament building where Churchill spent most of his days, leading the English Government.
At 10 Downing Street, you will see Churchill's home while in office. Still the home of the Prime Minister to this day it is one of the UK's most important abodes.
Churchill's War Room Bunkers
The next stop are the incredible relics of World War II Britain. Inside the Churchill War Rooms immerse yourself in the stories and emotion of the life and death decisions being made below ground with an official audio guide.
As London was being bombed in 1945, Winston Churchill instructed his ministry, officials and family to enter a secret underground bomb shelter below the heart of Westminster. All left in the same position as it was 75 years ago, see the hanging maps and detailed plans of the D-Day invasion.
In the official meeting rooms and offices, observe how ministers and secretaries were able to communicate through the outside world. See how D-Day was planned, leading to the eventual defeat of Hitler and the Nazis.
Beyond the military and rooms of official business, explore life below ground. See the bedrooms of Churchill, his family, and ministers, still with beds made. Take in the small kitchen that fed the team tasked with protecting the free world from Facism, Naziism, and Hitler.
Lastly, explore the Churchill Museum. Home to over 800,000 artifacts describing the history of Winston Churchill and 20th century warfare, the Churchill Museum located aside the War Rooms is a must visit for any history buff. Explore the interactive exhibits learning stories from across World Wars I and II from those who were present and the relics left behind.
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