The audio guide provides insight into Churchill’s Cabinet War Rooms. Featuring highlights for this historic setting, it provides insight into Churchill’s life and the decisions he made which changed the course of history. Audio guides are included in your admission price and you can choose between a variety of languages, (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Hebrew and Mandarin), a family guide and a descriptive guide for visitors with visual impairment.
Regrettably we have no cloakroom and as our corridors are narrow we ask visitors not to bring in rucksacks or other large items.
Eating and Drinking
The Switch Room Café is open daily from 10am to 5pm. Hot food is served until 3pm.
Accessible toilets are available.
Shopping at Churchill War Rooms
Churchill War Rooms's shop provides a wide range of books, CDs, DVDs, clothing and accessories, posters and stationery, souvenirs and gift ideas.
For our younger visitors we have an exciting range of games, toys and souvenirs as well as a selection of children's books. There are also educational resource materials and children's activity books on sale.
You can also browse our range of products on our Online Shop.
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From our Collections
Ideas for Winter Nights
BWRS Christmas Gifts Distributed to London’s East Enders: American Aid to the Canning Town Settlement, London, December 1944
A Shelter in Camden Town under a Brewery: Christmas Eve, 1940
Admiralty Christmas Party for Allied Naval Officers’ Children, Admiralty House, 17 December 1942
Christmas Travel by Rail
Interior and Exterior Photographs of a Second World War Prefabricated Bungalow (PREFAB) Taken in the 1950s and 1960s