Churchill War Rooms
Opened in 1939 the Churchill War Rooms was the nerve centre of the war government. it allowed the British leaders and workers to work underground during the German bombing raids. In these rooms decisions that would determine the outcome of the War would happen.
On a guided tour discover what lies beyond the glass. Hear the stories of the leaders and of the British civilians and military staff that worked hard to bring WW2 to an end.
Examples of things we will see (subject to change)
A V2 Rocket
Sugar Cubes hoarded by an officer
The door to 10 Downing Street that Churchill walked through
Transatlantic Telephone Room
The Siren Suit
A special Union Flag
The Map Room
The Cabinet Room