Discover the stories hidden beneath the streets of Westminster in the Cabinet War Rooms. Explore the underground bunker that protected the staff and secrets at the heart of Britain’s government during the Second World War as Churchill and his inner circle plotted the route to Allied victory.
Walk in the footsteps of Churchill and glimpse what life would have been like during the tense days and nights of the Second World War. See where Churchill and his War Cabinet met and step back in time in the Map Room, which has remained exactly as it was left on the day the lights were switched off in 1945.
Navigate the winding corridors and hear the stories of those who lived, worked and slept in the Cabinet War Rooms around the clock. See first-hand the historic rooms including the Map Room, the Cabinet Room, Churchill's bedroom and many other offices and facilities.
Discover the tiny Transatlantic Telephone Room disguised as a private toilet where Churchill used to speak in secret to the President of the United States, an example of the cutting-edge technology of the day.
Find yourself completely immersed in the past in this crucial site in world history.