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Churchill Museum & Cabinet War Rooms

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Open Open from 9:30am-6:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ
Phone: +44-20-79306961

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British Wartime Cabinet Museum The Cabinet Wartime Office Cabinet War Rooms is the secret office of the British government during World War II. The Wartime Office was rehabilitated in 1984 as a museum for the public. Near the Ting junction in King Charles Street and Whitehall Street, there was a hole with sacks as a cover, and the words "war cabinet" might not be visible to the unsuspecting. This was the underground fort where Churchill commanded the anti-fascist army and civil war in Britain during World War II. The British government opened the underground command post, known as the "war cabinet", which is located underground in a Spartan-style government office opposite the British Foreign Office. It was the only underground construction of reinforced concrete structures owned by the government at the time. The underground command post has 21 rooms, divided into four parts: Cabinet Room, Churchill's Office and Bedroom, General Command, and Security Room.

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