Take a private tour with the Churchill War Rooms’ director and go behind the glass into Churchill’s War Cabinet Room in London.
The expert staff at the Churchill War Rooms, including their director, are available for private tours (subject to availability) for groups of up to 10 people.
This secret underground bunker in London’s Whitehall is where Sir Winston Churchill and his wartime government met during the Second World War.
Within a maze of underground rooms you will witness first-hand where Churchill’s team would eat and work, where Churchill himself would sleep and broadcast war speeches and where he would hold confidential talks with his American counterpart, President Roosevelt, in the Transatlantic Telephone Room.
You will also see where Churchill, his ministers and the British military command would meet in the War Cabinet Room, where your tour will be allowed behind the glass in order to get closer to the very spot where England’s history was being made.
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