Every visitor is given a free audio guide with their entry ticket. This guide is available in several languages to enable visitors from around the world to enjoy the experience of their visit.
The Churchill Museum
This section of the attraction covers extensively the life of Winston Churchill. It provides visitors with the most important information about the man and the things he achieved for himself and for his country. The museum includes some interesting artifacts about the man, his life and his careers in both the military and politics.
The Cabinet War Rooms
This is where Churchill and his advisors planned out the military action during WW2. You can go deep underground to see what life was like in those war torn days beneath the streets of London. While you are visiting these historic war rooms you will be able to view some of the most interesting artifacts of Britain’s history during that period of time.
Life for those undercover in Churchill’s bunker
Another section of the war rooms allows you to discover what life was like for the ordinary staff members. This permanent exhibit details how people worked, slept and lived in these underground bunkers. There are historic objects, images and other information available to give visitors an in-depth idea of how life was for those people at that time.
The Map Room
This is one of the most popular locations within the Churchill War Rooms. While most of the historical information remains largely untouched since 1945 there is also a more up-to-date addition in an interactive table that allows visitors to use the information of the 1940s together with today’s technology to get a feel for controlling such a significantly important era in history.
This is a room that Churchill could spend some private time with his family, although in reality his family got more use of the room than Winston Churchill as he would spend most of his time while in the bunker directing his staff. The bedroom does give an interesting look at life for such an important family and their existence beneath the streets of Westminster.