In the UKby AllTrippers
History & Culture Museums
World War II was tough on London's population. Rations were scarce and Nazi bombings tore families apart. Leader Winston Churchill battened down the hatches and planned the British war effort in a secret hidden bunker, now known as the Churchill War Rooms. * Join a small group for this in-depth tour of the Churchill War Rooms and Westminster, see some of the city landmarks, and learn the history of life in London during wartime.
Expert, English-speaking tour guide
Walking tour of Westminster in a small group of up to 20 people
Entrance ticket and reservation fee for the Churchill War Rooms
Headsets to hear your guide
Kids under 4 can join for free. Please select a free ticket for them.
Show your smartphone ticket to your guide at the meeting point, outside Westminster Underground Station, Exit 2 towards Victoria Embankment
The group will be meeting at the top of the stairs behind the statue of Boadicea on a chariot
City Wonders staff will be wearing blue polo shirts or jackets and holding a sign with the tour name
Please arrive 15 minutes before the starting time
How to get there
Churchill War Rooms
Clive Steps, King Charles St, SW1A 2AQ