I found the museum very interesting, learning not only the impact and contributions Churchill made, but also of the contributions and sacrifices made by others and their contribution to the war effort. Worth the visit.
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The exhibit is rather labyrinthine with a lot of small enclosed spaces and lots of visitors in them, so it is easy to overheat. Dress accordingly. Going on a weekday we thought we would avoid crowds, but thought wrong - a large herd of school...More
very interesting history underground bunker tells you the situation during ww2 a must see for all history lovers
This is really two museums. One is the reconstruction of the war rooms. The other (located near the start) is a large room dedicated to Churchill's life. Both contain fascinating information. But snaking my way through the cramped and claustrophobic war room section got old...More
There is so much information in this museum, carefully presented in varying ways to assist the visitor, which tells the story of that time in our history when we were under threat. There were some truly remarkable people alive then who achieved exceptional things against...More
From Scotland and went with wife and son from Australia. Took a long time to go round. The museum part was not well laid out to follow a trail so went round the same area more than once. So many details, artifacts and interesting things...More