Clive Steps, King Charles St, Westminster, London SW1A 2AQ, UK
There is a great deal of historical sites to vigor and explore in London but if you have to limit what you can see, I’d urge you to book your ticket in advance and allow yourself two to three hours to learn about how Winston Churchill planned and executed his government during WW2. The actual underground war rooms, complete with living quarters have been recreated and the audio tour guide makes this an exceptional learning experience. In addition to the War Rooms, there is a museum dedicated to Winston Churchill’s life that has so much information that you are likely to want to spend hours learning about what a dedicated public servant he was and don’t be surprised if you find your self wishing that we had more leaders like him whose motivation was to work towards world peace and promote democratic values.
Amazing place to visit. Takes you back in time to truly understand how Churchill and his staff operated during the war. Friendly staff and efficient for getting through the process. Get tickets in advance for the best experience. The biographical portion at the end was the best part.
Really interesting museum. So much to read and look at you could spend hours in here. The museum of Churchill is fascinating charting his life. The way the museum allows you to walk in the foot steps of history with a very informative audio guide (included with the entrance fee) is really good.
This was a very interesting museum to visit. You have to have a timed ticket to get in, and because the museum is popular it is probably best to purchase them in advance. You go through security before entering the museum and then are given an electronic device that guides you through. This is a self paced tour, and you can easily spend a couple of hours here if you wish to explore everything. It is very near 10 Downing Street and St. James Park. It is also close to the Horse Guards.
Expect to spend multiple hours if you want to see everything. There are preserved rooms and a museum of interactive information about Churchill himself. Completely wheelchair accessible. Audio for the preserved section is included with the ticket. Our entrance was included with the London Pass.
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