Sir Winston Churchill Walking Tour + War Rooms

This one is for all fans and aficionados of our Greatest Briton of all time, war time Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill.

This walking tour takes around the streets of Piccadilly, St James and Westminster and takes us to places that were important in the life of Churchill.

Have a chance to sit on a bench with Churchill and his war-time ally, President Roosevelt.


Everyone knows that Sir Winston Churchill loved his cigars, as well as various other vices, but we will visit the store which used to supply his cigars.  Inside is a hidden treasure of London which was used by the great man himself.

We will visit the home where Churchill lived as a young boy as well Downing Street where he lived as Prime Minister and see the church where he and Clementine were married in 1908.


Nearby is the most famous statue of Churchill and we will learn the story of why it is there and what it represents, handily it is rather close to one of the pubs he used to visit.


The tour ends outside the Churchill War Rooms which are perfectly preserved from the Second World War and from which Churchill ran the war whilst the streets through which we walked were regularly bombed by the Luftwaffe.

Tickets for the War Rooms are included along with an excellent Audio Guide.



Departure Time:9.30am
City Location: London
Duration of Tour including War Rooms: 4 hours

Standard Adult Prices per person excludes tube travel ticket.

1 Adult = £140

2 Adults = £135

3 Adults = £125

4 Adults = £100

5 – 10 Adults = £90

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Below, on a rather cold March afternoon, I was honoured to be invited to record a piece for international television on the achievements and legacy of Sir Winston Churchill