Explore the Churchill War Rooms, a secret hidden bunker beneath London’s Westminster, where former Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his most trusted aides plotted their victory over Hitler.
Walk in the footsteps of one of Britain’s greatest leaders and glimpse what life would have been like during those tense days and nights of the Second World War. Left exactly as it was when the lights were switched off back in 1945, see where Churchill and his War Cabinet took refuge during the Blitz, with pans still on the stoves, maps hanging on the walls and beds made up and ready to accommodate Churchill and his ministers.
Enjoy access to the interactive Churchill Museum, using the fantastic interactive displays to learn of Winston Churchill’s life and legacy. Get a glimpse into his personal life by reading the letters he wrote to his wife Clementine, view newspaper archives, watch video excerpts and listen to original radio broadcasts of Churchill’s rousing wartime speeches. This experience offers a real insight into wartime Britain and is an experience not to be missed.
To complete your experience you will be treated to a two course meal from a set menu, choices include Assaggetti, Fire & Stone, Mele e Pere or similar. Restaurant sittings are usually at 1.00pm and 6.00pm please check when booking.
We recommend spending at least 1½ hours at the exhibition, although some people like to take longer. This experience is for two people. There will be other people on the day. Unfortunately, you are not able to bring spectators on the day.
The minimum age for this experience is 6 years old. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult. This experience is available Monday to Saturday, throughout the year. There may be limited availability during school holidays.
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