Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms (London) Reviews
Description:Cabinet War Rooms, Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Newest Review: ... lived underground - sleeping in the cramped and rather unpleasant space on the floor below the museum of which you get only a glimpse - probably due to health and safety restrictions! They were provided with sun-lamps to try and make up for the lack of sunshine and there were small signs to tell you what the weather was like above. The original BBC transmitters have been brought back to the ... more
Customer Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 13/03/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
My son is in Year 8 and has been studying the Second World War at school in his history so we decided to make the trip to the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in Central London. (Part of the Imperial War Museums but less well known) The cabinet war rooms were constructed out of the basements of several large government buildings in Central London to give a secure place for the Prime Minister, his cabinet and generals to run the war. Commentary: You are given a phone type device - there are separate ones for children. My son found this commentary a bit patronising so I swapped with him but my 6 year really enjoyed keying in the number at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/03, updated on 21/08/03 (Very useful, 125 readings)
There are certain attractions that spring to mind when you think of London and the Cabinet War Rooms is not one of them ? but it should be. I put off visiting the museum in favour of other tourist attractions but eventually I got round to it and I wished I had done it sooner. It really was fascinating. The rooms are located deep in Whitehall?s cellars and you could easily walk past without giving them a second glance- but that was how it was meant to be! It is truly amazing what the discreet entrance gives access to- a true piece of history like none other I have seen. ADMISSION Admission is £7 for adults and well worth every penny. Reductions ... Read the complete review
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