Visit: Cabinet War Rooms at Churchill Museum

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‘This is the room from which I will direct the war’, said Winston Churchill of his Cabinet Room, which had been built beneath the pavements of Whitehall. Undisturbed for decades, the subterranean offices and corridors remain as they were when the war ended, and visitors will be free to wander around the Cabinet Room and adjoining Map Room, the Transatlantic Telephone Room and the Prime Minister’s Bedroom, as well as the award-winning Churchill Museum. Andrew Roberts – distinguished historian and author of Hitler and Churchill: Secrets of Leadership – gives an illuminating talk about the great wartime prime minister.

Venue information

Churchill Museum

Clive Steps King Charles Street London, SW1A 2AQ

Entry details

Tickets 19.50 (includes a glass of wine).

To book, please call 0870 050 3688.

6.30-8.30pm
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