Adult and Professional Groups
We ask that all groups of fifteen people or more* book their visit in advance and pay on arrival**. We offer a reduction on standard prices for groups of more than fifteen paying visitors and group leaders get in free.
Group Prices from 1 January 2014 (fifteen people or more).
- Adults £12.70
- Senior/Student £11.15
Groups can explore Churchill War Rooms on a self-directed visit. A short introductory film and audio guides in English, French, German, Spanish, Dutch, Hebrew, Mandarin and Italian are included in the admission price, subject to availability. A Family Tour and a Visually Impaired Tour in English are also available. For a more exclusive visit enquire about a private tour.
So that all our visitors have a safe and enjoyable visit
- large groups may have to be divided
- groups with children must ensure they are supervised at all times with at least one adult for every ten children
*Before you request a group visit please check our current charges and cancellation policies in our Terms and Conditions. Please note that children aged 15 and under are not included as part of the group rate and all groups must pay in a single transaction on arrival.
Please do not make travel arrangements until you have received a Visit Confirmation letter which will be emailed to you within five working days.
If you are a large tour operator and bring regular business to the Churchill War Rooms we do offer a voucher scheme. If you would like to find out more please email email@example.com. We aim to respond to all email enquiries within two working days.
*Children aged 15 and under are not included as part of the group rate
**All groups must pay in a single transaction on arrival
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)