By So Many To So Few - A Westminster in WW2 Walking Tour
Visit the epicentre of British democracy where decisions were made and plans were laid to repel a German invasion as bombs rained down on London in the Blitz.
Maximum of 12 people in your group
Keep calm and carry on for this walking tour of Westminster in WW2 with a passionate local guide
See world famous sights such as Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Downing Street and Whitehall and find out how they tied into this war and beyond
Engaging for all age groups
It’s time to go back to the 1940s. Big Ben no longer sounds. Air raid sirens are the norm. German bombing raids come under cover of darkness. The population lives with rations and restrictions. Many Brits lay down their lives in Europe and beyond.
With your local expert guide, you will keep calm and carry on, learning about the British resolve and getting the inside scoop on the truth behind Westminster in wartime on this walking tour past our most important monuments- Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, the Cenotaph, Ministry of War, 10 Downing Street and Whitehall with the option to purchase your own tickets to Churchill’s War Rooms, the strategic war room bunkers from where Winston Churchill and cabinet were to conduct their part of WW2- frozen in time and ready to be discovered once again.
Small Group guided tour of Westminster
English Speaking local expert guide
What's Not Included
Food & drink
Hotel pick-up & drop-off
Entrance Tickets to Churchill War Rooms
We highly recommend booking entrance to the Churchill War Rooms for an immersive dive into the use of this sprawling complex during WW2. Your walking tour with us will end at 2.30pm just outside the entrance.
* Subject to availability
100% secure payment
Mobile voucher accepted
Meet our guide at The Monument to the RAF on the Victoria Embankment. The nearest underground railway station is Westminster. Follow the signs to “The Embankment” (exit 1) turn left out of the exit and the monument is less than 1 minute walk.
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The Important Stuff
We highly recommend booking entrance to the Churchill War Rooms for an immersive dive into the use of this sprawling complex during WW2. Your walking tour with us will end at 2.30pm just outside the entrance. https://www.iwm.org.uk/visits/churchill-war-rooms *Subject to availability
The tour will end outside Churchill War Rooms at 2:30pm
Please arrive fifteen minutes before the start time on your voucher
Though the ground is mostly flat, we cover quite a lot of it so please wear comfortable shoes and always carry water.