Churchill War Rooms
Discover the stories hidden beneath the streets of Westminster in the Cabinet War Rooms. Explore the underground bunker that protected the staff and secrets at the heart of Britain’s government during the Second World War as Churchill and his inner circle plotted the route to Allied victory.
Housing the underground nerve centre where the British government directed the Second World War and the award-winning Churchill Museum, Churchill War Rooms is one of London’s must-see attractions. For a limited time only, explore the Second World War’s impact on London life with a unique art exhibition housed within the War Rooms. Wartime London: Art of the Blitz features works by Henry Moore; Eric Ravilious and more.
History was made in Churchill War Rooms – the underground nerve centre that allowed Britain’s leaders to plot the allied route to victory during the Second World War. Find out about Churchill’s remarkable 90-year life, leadership and legacy, from his lonely childhood to his military career, two periods as Prime Minister and beyond in the interactive Churchill Museum. On display for a limited time only see Wartime London: Art of the Blitz. This carefully curated selection of artworks, shines a new light on the experiences of ordinary people forced into new patterns of living by Nazi air raids.
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