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Churchill War Rooms

51 Reviews
Historical ArchitectureExhibition
Open Open from 9:30am-6:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-3 hours
Address: Clive Steps | King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ, England
Phone: +44-20-74033171

What people are saying:

During World War II, London, England was bombarded by the German Air Force, so the British Command was located in the basement. It is now opened as a museum called Churchill War Room, which mainly displays manuscripts from the Second World War. Due to the foggy English level, I gave up this attraction early, but after passing by here many times, I checked in and took a picture with the statue of Churchill.

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Additional Information


Path before Harry Potter's Ministry of Magic, London housed an underground complex of workplaces known as the Churchill War Rooms. Dynamic from 1939 to 1945, Winston Churchill would deliberate with his best authorities in mystery gatherings to design military tasks amid the Second World War. The underground structure additionally housed a sick room, quarters and a shooting display, while filling in as an escape route for the Royal Family in the occasion things went truly seriously. Not long after the surrender of Japan, the authentic essentialness of the War Rooms was perceived, and the complex was transformed into one of the five structures that contain the Imperial War Museum.
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