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Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in London celebrates Winston Churchill's life.

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Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in London

The Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in London celebrate the life and experiences of one the most influential characters in recent British history as well as showing the public the underground bunkers in which the World War II War Cabinet conducted meetings, safely away from the bombings on the surface.

Found within the Cabinet War Rooms London, the Churchill Museum uses state-of-the-art technology and multimedia displays to communicate what it was like to run the country during one of the world's fiercest wars. See where Churchill slept, wrote and spoke to his ministers as they planned how to beat the Nazis. You will also get a taste of Winston Churchill's non-political, private life in special sections about his childhood, family and later-life.

One of the most popular displays in the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms is the Lifeline exhibit which shows in detail the events that occurred in Churchill's life, all in chronological order. The Lifeline captivates and engages with a series of sounds and animations.

To get a greater sense of the dangers and triumphs London experienced in the past, head down to the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in London.

For more information on the The Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in London, please visit cwr.iwm.org.uk.

Visiting The Churchill and Cabinet War Rooms in London:

Address: Churchill Museum & Cabinet War Rooms, Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ

Telephone: -

Entrance free: 10.00 - 17.50

Nearest Underground Stations:
Westminster Tube (4 minutes)
St James's Park Tube (6 minutes)

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