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“A step back in history wish our MP could take his example”

Churchill War Rooms
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Churchill War Rooms Entrance Ticket
Ranked #4 of 1,815 things to do in London
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: The underground headquarters of the British High Command served as the nerve center of Britain's war effort during World War II.
Reviewed March 27, 2013

like I didn't queuing but just shows how popular it was! Nicer sort of fellow visitor as it wasn't free.

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Reviewed March 27, 2013

Have been visiting this attraction since it opened to the public and it keeps evolving and expanding. It explains well, the interactivity is a model (even if you have to keep swatting kiddies away to actually use it) and it is well laid out. Admission is a touch pricey, and I have never liked the name change from the Cabinet War Rooms but I supposed it plays better with tourists. That said, when entertaining foreign colleagues, especially those of an historical bent, this is first call.

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Reviewed March 27, 2013

I'm not sure where to start really..the history in this place is amazing you can really feel it,Honestly you really do get a sence of it.You get the hand held audio devices to listen to all the facts about the place, and i urge you to listen, there are some really really interesting this to listen to.There was some queing to do before we got in which is a good thing because they don't overcrowd the place which means you can just take your time to wonder around without people bashing in you etc...It is really unbelievable to imagine that the war was conducted from her. Most of the 'things' down there are original. Only the BBC room has had things put back after the war...anyway they will explain all of this when you are there. The gift shop, i could have spent a fortune in, it really is very good. One thing, just one thing i think that they could have done..maybe some music of the day or 'war' sounds in the background would have been an added bonus....won't stop me going again though. Have a go and let me know..Enjoy...

Thank EnglandJason
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Reviewed March 27, 2013

This is a fabulous treasure trove of history. Very well done. If you are 60+ years of age, bring your ID/passport, etc. and you can get the cheaper rate (cheaper by about 7 pounds than the regular adult fare). The Churchill Museum is part of this. I spent at least 2 hours here. Will definitely go back.

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Reviewed March 27, 2013

The Churchill war museum was good. The good thing was that there were severall artifacts to see and learn about. There were a few problems though. I felt like there was so much information, so it felt overwhelming and the big room were most of the information was wasn't very lit. The museum was in a pretty good location though.

Overall, it was okay.

1  Thank James C
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