The Second World War was hard for the population of London. Food was scarce and Nazi bombardments tore families apart. Leader Winston Churchill planned the British war response from a secret bunker, now known as Churchill’s War Rooms.
Join a small group on an in-depth tour of the Churchill and Westminster War Rooms. You will see some of the historical monuments of the city and you will learn how it was lived in London during the war.
Start your day off right with a walking tour of Westminster. Explore British politics at 10 Downing Street, visit Westminster Abbey, the world’s most famous clock at Big Ben, Parliament, and Cenotaph, the national monument to war victims.
Afterward, enter Churchill’s War Rooms and feel the story come to life as you explore the rooms, with original features like beds, special vitamin D sun lamps, flower pots, plants, and plans to topple the Nazi regime.
Discover what life in London was like during World War II from the detailed stories of your guide and the interactive exhibits of the Churchill Museum. You will leave London knowing more about the political past than you could have imagined, because there is nothing like seeing everything with your own eyes to assimilate it.
Show your digital ticket to your guide at the meeting point, outside Westminster underground station (exit 2 towards Victoria Embankment).
Duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes
Children up to 4 years free of charge.
You can cancel up to 24 hours before the day of your visit.