Churchill War Rooms
This shelter, designed to protect Churchill, his war cabinet and general staff, was the Prime Minister's headquarters during the Second World War. The thirty-odd rooms open to the public have retained their complement of bureaucratic fixtures and fittings. Organised around a giant interactive biography, the Churchill Museum allows visitors to learn not only about the man as a great statesman, but also as a private individual with his own habits, obsessions and passions.
Address:King Charles Street, SW1A 2AQ London
Price:18 £ (-15 years old 9 £)
[9.30am-6pm - closed 24-26 Dec]
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