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Churchill War Rooms, Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London, SW1A 2AQ
Nearest Train Stations
Charing Cross (10-minute walk)
Victoria (15-minute walk)
Waterloo (20-minute walk)
Nearest Underground: Westminster or St James's Park
Bus Routes: 3, 11, 12, 24, 53, 87, 88, 109, 148, 159, 184, 211, 453
- All children must be accompanied by an adult
- Audio Guides available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew, Portuguese, Russian, Mandarin, a family guide in English and a descriptive guide for visitors with visual impairment.
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From the Cabinet Room, where Churchill’s cabinet met 115 times, to the Map Room, where vital information about the progress of the war was collated - the once top-secret rooms and corridors offer a glimpse into what life would have been like during those tense days and nights between 1939 and 1945.
Delve deeper into Churchill’s remarkable life, leadership, and legacy in the extensive Churchill Museum. Through original personal items and artefacts, the Churchill Museum explores all aspects of Sir Winston’s story, from his lonely childhood, to his military career, two periods as Prime Minister and beyond.
History was made at Churchill War Rooms.
- The Cabinet Room: Stand inches away from the room where some of the most important decisions about the course of the war were made.
- The Map Room: Walk through the top-secret Map Room, once accessible only by those with the highest security clearance.
- Sugar Cubes: See the sugar cubes left behind at the end of the war by Wing Commander John Heagerty on display in the Map Room.
- No. 10 Downing Street Door: Get up close to the original 10 Downing Street door, the very same one that Churchill first walked through as Prime Minister in 1940, in the Churchill Museum.
- Winston and Clementine: In the Churchill Museum, read letters between Churchill and his beloved wife Clementine and learn more about their 56-year marriage.
- Audio Guide: Every ticket includes an audio guide that will take you through this historic site, highlighting interesting information and personal stories along the way.
- As seen in the movies: Fans of the award-winning film ‘Darkest Hour’ will notice that the War Rooms feature in the film. The cast and crew visited to draw inspiration and ensure historical accuracy.
- Hear Rousing speeches: In the Churchill Museum, listen to some of the wartime Prime Minister’s most stirring speeches.
Open daily until Sunday 5 September.
Then open every Wednesday – Sunday, 10:00am-6:00pm (last entry 5:00pm).
Closed: 24-26 December