Friends had recommended the Churchill Museum / Cabinet War Rooms to me when I visited London recently. I must admit, it did not sound overly exciting, but I was pleasantly surprised at the value of visiting this attraction!
I've been a WWII history enthusiast since childhood, and this place held my attention for hours. There on display is a wealth of historic relics, in a historic site which was at one time closed off to all but the most trusted of Allied staff.
The Cabinet War Rooms display shows these secret corridors and compartments, brought back to life with the intent of revealing their appearance during WWII.
The Churchill Museum documents the life and milestones of Sir Winston Churchill, an iconic hero of WWII and a man of eccentricities and wit.
The tour is guided by an audio handset and visitors can tour the site at their own pace. There is such a wealth of information that a true enthusiast will want to spend several hours reviewing the artifacts and viewing information at the interactive table in the Churchill Museum.
I did also enjoy lunch at the cafe inside the museum. I found it to be of good quality and value.
Be advised the only restroom facilities are near the entrance!
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