Sir Winston Churchill Private Walking Tour & War Rooms

London, England (42)


%20in%2010%20Cities Sir Winston Churchill Private Walking Tour and War Rooms in 10 Cities Sir Winston Churchill was one of the most influential and celebrated British politicians of the 20th century. He served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during World War II and is widely considered one of the greatest wartime leaders in history. Today, Sir Winston Churchill is best known for his speeches and writings on political and military topics. He is also well-known for his private walking tours of 10 different cities around the world. On this private walking tour of Sir Winston Churchill’s war rooms and other historical sites, you will learn about his life and career, and see some of the places where he made his greatest contributions to British history. This tour is perfect for anyone interested in learning more about Sir Winston Churchill and his remarkable life and career.


Tour Duration: 240 min

Sir Winston Churchill Private Walking Tour & War Rooms

This one is for all fans and affecionados of our Greatest Briton of all time, war time Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill. This walking tour takes around the streets of Picadilly, St James and Westminster and takes us to places that were important in the life of Churchill. Finally we finish at the Churchill War Rooms, the underground bunker from which Churchill ran the war and which are perfectly preserved to this day. Our Churchill tour has even been featured on international television.

What's included

Below are items that the provider has stated are included with Sir Winston Churchill Private Walking Tour & War Rooms at no additional cost

  • Local guide
  • Private tour
  • Professional guide
  • Hotel pickup
  • Entry Tickets to the Churchill War Rooms

What's NOT included

Below are items that the tour provider of Sir Winston Churchill Private Walking Tour & War Rooms has stated that may cost an additional fee if desired.

  • Transportation to/from attractions by London Underground

Points Of Interest

  • 10 minutes: We start of the tour in the heart of the West End
  • 10 minutes: We will explore the Mile of Style as we make our way to the prestigious Mayfair area of London.
  • 5 minutes: Perhaps the finest tailoring street in the world and we will see where everyone from The Queen downwards gets some of their clothing.
  • 5 minutes: A chance to have your photo taken between the war-time Allies in one if London's most high-end destinations.
  • 2 minutes: Perhaps the most auspicious tailors in Saville Row and with a typically Churchill story to tell.
  • 10 minutes: Follow in the footsteps of Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill. As he said, he is happy to please as he only wants the finest of everything and this is where you find it.
  • 10 minutes: He will visit one of the finest tailors in the world where we can see one of the surviving Siren suits that Churchill wore during WW2 in the shop of the tailors who made it.
  • 5 minutes: One of the finest and most unique shopping streets in London and one that Churchill would regularly enjoy.
  • 15 minutes: We will visit this plush store where Churchill would buy his cigars. They also supplied Napoleon as well as British Royalty and much more, If the room is open, you can sit on Churchills smoking chair or get a unique Churchill or cigar related momento.
  • 10 minutes: We will visit the childhood home of Churchill and find out why his family we living there.
  • 5 minutes: One of the oldest shops in London. They've supplied hats to everyone from Sir Winston Churchill to Oddjob... the chap who could cut off the heads of statues in James Bond.
  • minutes: We will see the senior Royal Palace (above even Buckingham Palace) where Prince Charles lives today.
  • 10 minutes: We will pass along London's premier ceremonial road.
  • 5 minutes: We will visit the Reform Club, one of the greatest Gentlemans Clubs in the world and find out about Churchill's time there.
  • 10 minutes: Here we will see monuments relating to the Battle of Britain as well as the only 'NAZI' memorial in Britain and we'll find out why this incredible situation came about.
  • 5 minutes: He may have led the French government in exile but what did Churchill think about him and why is his statue here?
  • 5 minutes: Get up close and personal with the offices where Churchill worked during WW1.
  • 5 minutes: London's number one public square with its famous memorials to another British hero, Lord Nelson.
  • 5 minutes: We will also learn about the Womens Cenotaph and find out the meanings behind the carvings on the memorial.
  • 5 minutes: We will see numerous memorials on this walk, none more important than to this man who Winston rightly gives so much credit to for winning the Battle of Britain.
  • 5 minutes: Stand outside the gates of Downing Street home of British Prime Ministers through the centuries from Churchill to Lloyd-George to Thatcher and Blair.
  • 5 minutes: We'll see the famous Ministry of Defence and old War Office as well as the statues of the WW2 generals and learn about the tempestuous relation between Monty and Churchill
  • 10 minutes: We will visit this famous military location and see the Citadel from WW2 and find out what it was for and why Churchill hated it.
  • 5 minutes: Our primary monument to remember our fallen from The Great War onwards.
  • 120 minutes: Explore the underground bunker from where Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill ran the war as London above was being bombed. Perfectly preserved as it was in 1945.
  • 5 minutes: The Mother of all Parliaments.
  • 5 minutes: The Church where Sir Winston Churchill got married in.
  • 15 minutes: We will explore Parliament Square and learn of its importance to politics and democracy. We will also see from the outside, the church where Winston and Clemmie got married.
  • 5 minutes: Take a photo of Churchill's statue and learn the story behind it.

Additional Information

  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Dress code is casual
  • We have earmarked this tour as especially safe during the Coronavirus outbreak due to generally quiet places that we visit where social distancing is generally not a problem. All of our tours are private so it is just you/your family and your guide.  To make it easier and safer for all concerned we would suggest starting this tour a little later than the usual time, perhaps around 10.30-11am which allows us all to miss rush-hour. We are happy to still come to your hotel to meet you but for the moment we would suggest meeting us at the tour starting point.  This allows you to arrive by a taxi or uber rather than public transport. Please feel free to wear masks throughout or at times during the tour.  Your guide will also have a mask with them. Please note the War Rooms may not be open depending on your chosen date, if that is the case we will refund that portion of the tour price.
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Your guide and yourself are welcome to wear face masks and we will keep to the UK law regarding social distancing.