Very good exhibition and you can really feel the war inside the war rooms. Very emotional and moving.
If you are a 20th century history buff you will love this - I spent almost 5 hours "underground" exploring all the wonderful items here. You could almost get a feeling of how difficult it was for those who really lived here for several years.
We stopped in on a cold rainy day -- which I think a lot of other people the same plan, but it was so worth it. As a history person, I loved hearing how Great Britain operated during the war. The tour provided a lot of information, and the new interactive exhibit was great. It took me forever to get... More
See the bunker of Winston Churchill where he planned the Allied victory in World War II exactly the way he left it on August 16, 1945. You'll see the Map Room, Cabinet Room and his bedroom. There's audio guide that walks you through rooms. Children under 16 are free. There's also a museum.
Fascinating background on how Churchill ran and ultimately won WWII for the UK. The tour around the war rooms with the audio guide is great and the Churchill Museum near the end was very cleverly done
Very interesting trip and easy to take it at your own pace. Can dip into the exhibits or be more thorough. Can get a bit busy, we arrived about 11am and there was a huge queue when we left at 130.
It's all underground and it's amazing to think of what was actually going on here during the way! I recommend this to everybody. Wear comfy shoes- obviously you will be walking a lot.
This display is eerily authentic. It was almost frightening to realize the gravity of the threat of invasion. The volunteers working at the War Rooms are very knowledgable and were happy to talk with us.
I'm not a "war buff" but I was totally fascinated by this museum. This was my 2nd trip to London and, since we'd done most of the "musts" on our 1st trip, my husband (the WW II buff) & I were looking for other interesting places to visit. I highly recommend it.
This is an unbelievable experience. Purchase tickets ahead and you can skip the line. This was part of the enjoyment! I would never have expected so much history below ground.
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