We are committed to ensuring Churchill War Rooms is accessible to as many visitors as possible.
If you have mobility issues we recommend you make your way to our front entrance via Birdcage Walk by St James Park. Once inside, the historic Churchill War Rooms is wheelchair accessible throughout.
We hope the facilities we have introduced enhance your visit. These include:
- A lift to the basement level.
- Mobility accessible toilets.
- Two wheelchairs are available on site for people that may need assistance during their visit.
- Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome.
- For the hearing impaired, an earpiece is available for the hand-held audio guide, or you can have a copy of the sound guide transcript.
All of our Front of House staff receive training in disability awareness. If you have any queries or would like to discuss any access issues please call 020 7766 0120 or ask a member of staff. We will be more than happy to help you.
If you have any feedback we would love to hear from you. You can leave comments at our Reception Desk on your day of visit or email us at email@example.com.
IWM is a charity, and we depend on supporters like you to help us care for and display our exceptional Collections. Please consider making a donation today.
From our Collections
A Daylight Raid On London, 7th July 1917: Seen from the roof of the Royal College of Science with the Brompton Oratory in the foreground
Victory Parade in London, 19 July 1919
The Gardens of Kew: The Work of Kew Gardens in Wartime, Surrey, England, UK, 1943
The Visit of the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill to Caen, Normandy, 22 July 1944
Outside Charing Cross Station, July 1916. Casualties from the Battle of the Somme arriving in London
Winston Churchill in Berlin, July 1945
Winston Churchill Visits Normandy, July 1944
The Peace Procession, 19 July 1919 (The VADS)