Cabinet War Rooms

Clive Steps, King Charles Street
Westminster, London
Tel: 020 7930 6961 Westminster 0.2 miles

Churchill's underground War Cabinet has remained largely the same since it was closed in 1945 - a fascinating insight into Churchill and the 2nd World War.

10am-6pm (opens 9.30am Apr-Sept)

The Map Room at the Cabinet War Rooms

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My father and I had a private tour of this bunker facility in the early 80's, when I was living in London. At the time, there were no walls and windows to prevent the visitor from moving around, because it was officially not open to the public.

Even with the walls, this is a tremendously fascinating snapshot in time - at the exact moment the Allies won WWII. Unfortunately, you do get scooted around too quickly, but every parent should take their children there to expose them to a moment in history when the West almost didn't win a pivotal war. Well worth the visit.

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 by Chapps (3 reviews), 28 May 2008
Very smelly and too much security.

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 by Anonymous, 28 Jun 2005

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