Few public figures have had more influence on modern political and social life than former British Prime Minister, Winston Spencer-Churchill. Fewer still had an ongoing relationship with the Queen Mary. To commemorate their affinity a new Churchill-themed exhibition has been brought to the Queen Mary.
The exhibit features reproductions of the authentic Churchill War Rooms bunker as designed for the Universal Pictures / Focus Features movie, "Darkest Hour." It will take knowledgeable 'Churchillians' and less-informed history buffs into WWII's secret spaces where Churchill and his staff confronted the Nazi onslaught.
Walkthrough Churchill's Cabinet and Map Room and experience what it was to be in the room where Churchill planned his infamous D-Day concept. Experience what it was like when Churchill and the entire British War Cabinet made some of the most important wartime decisions while in wartime outrunning any threat to the Queen Mary.
Trace this remarkable and somewhat unknown chapter in the ship's history.
Hours: Available Daily: 10AM - 5:00PM (Last Entry at 4:30PM)
Pricing: Available option as part of the Grand Passport, First-Class Passport, Queen Mary Passport, Aquarium Combo, and USS IOWA Combo. Groups of 15 or more may call 562-499-1718 for discounted group rates.
Map: The Queen Mary can get confusing. Download our map and bring it with you!
Parking: $18/day, $22/overnight, $27/valet parking (Subject to change based on Special Event schedule here.)