Would not have made my list, but my daughter wanted to go. Glad I did. Fantastic, informative exhibit. Well worth it.
About Churchill War Rooms
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Had to queue for about 30-40 minutes and it was later in the day. Could have done with another 30 minutes in there probably. Lots to see and really interesting.
If you are a WWII history buff, the Churchill War Rooms are a must see while in central London. A short 10-minute walk from Westminster Abby, this war room underground command center brings the visitor back to the war days of the early 40's. Although...More
Well done story of Churchill and others, you could literally spend hours here and never get bored. So much to see and read.
One of the most interesting museums. Seeing WWII through Churchill's eyes is moving. The audio tour is very helpful. You can walk through quickly but don't plan to spend a few hours. You won't regret it
Btw we're a family with children ages 8 and 12 - Trip Advisor makes you decide between either teens or "small children". Mine are in between, and I wouldn't recommend this activity for anyone with small children unless said children are exceedingly sedate or will...More
A very interesting place to visit. If you like your history then this is a must. I'm not going to spoil it by describing details of the tour but it is well worth a visit. Even my wife, who isn't known for her patience in...More
The Churchill War Rooms Museum is comprised of the former Cabinet War Rooms that were the command center of the British Government during WW II and a biographical museum of Winston Churchill. The War Rooms appear as they were at the end of the war...More
Awesome, got far more than we expected, takes a good 2 hours minimum to go round the whole place. Amazing to see the rooms, with all the original furniture, clothing, beds etc that were actually used, all still in place where they were left. Very...More
We entered using a 2 for 1 voucher through National Express and we are so pleased we did. The roaming commentary was very informative and all rooms are well set out and packed with interesting items. The history timeline table was incredible where you touch...More