Winston Churchill in London
An interactive, half day walking tour devoted to Winston Churchill in central London.
We'll visit places and haunts associated with WSC throughout his life and look at some rare memorabilia.
We meet at 10am at near Bond Street Station and finish close to Embankment Station at 1pm. Along the route we'll be taking a short break in a pub (a Johnnie Walker Red Label with water is optional).
We won't be visiting anywhere that charges an additional entrance fee or anywhere that deserves a seperate visit, e.g. Parliament or The Churchill War Rooms. After the walk I'll be sharing a guide to other Churchillian locations you might want to visit.
The group size will be kept deliberately small, an absolute maximum of 6 people, to encourage a convivial and chatty atmosphere and facilitate access to some buildings.
I also offer an occasional special event which includes a private tour of the Churchill War Rooms.
The tour starts at 8am, 90 minutes before the museum opens to the public and lasts an hour or so. The private tour will be led by one of the CWR guides and will give us "behind the glass" access to the War Cabinet Room and The Map Room. After the tour ends there should be a good 30-45 minutes in which we can go back and explore further before the crowds arrive. At the end will be time to browse the shop and maybe grab a coffee.
Private access to the Churchill War Rooms is very limited and expensive hence the higher than usual cost of this tour.
After the Churchill War Rooms we'll visit other places and haunts associated with WSC throughout his life and look at some rare memorabilia.
Contact me to find out more.