A historical underground war room used during World War II, The Churchill Museum is a treasury of the life and legacy of the former Prime Minister of Britain, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill. A writer, statesman, war veteran, and writer, Churchill successfully led Britain to victory during World War II when he was serving as the Prime Minister. Churchill War rooms were the hideout place throughout the time of the war. The place is the only one in the world dedicated truly and only to him and his contributions during World War II.
A famous London museum and one of the sections of the Imperial War Museum, the Churchill War Room was the place during World War II which served as the command centre for the British Government, led by Winston Churchill, and served as a hideout and strategy place during the time till 1945 when Japan surrendered.
Located behind the Whitehall area, the construction of this room got done a week before Britain started the war against Germany on 27 August 1939. With historical rarities and heirlooms on display to being transported back to the tense days of the War through audio guides which is available in 8 languages, this museum is a piece of art, brought forth with the latest in technology and multimedia to give its viewers a world class experience.
|Timings||9.30 AM - 6 PM|
|Last Admission||5:00 PM|
|Timings||9.30 AM - 7 PM|
|Last Admission||5.45 PM|
|16-59 years||GBP 22.00|
|5-15 years||GBP 11.00|
|Senior citizens (60+), students, disabled||GBP 17.60|
|Family- 1 adult & 3 children||GBP 40.00|
|Family- 2 adult & 6 children||GBP 56.00|