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Winston Churchill's Britain at War Museum - CLOSED

64-66 Tooley Street, London SE1 2TF, England
+44 20 7403 3171
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not worh the effort

visited this museum with my parents . it was a raining and we got in without any wait. I now... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2009
Fremantle, Australia
This was a fun, interesting experience.

I enjoyed this attraction very much. It gave you an idea of what it was like for the English... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2009
Milaura S
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64-66 Tooley Street, London SE1 2TF, England
+44 20 7403 3171
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Reviewed 18 April 2009

visited this museum with my parents . it was a raining and we got in without any wait. I now know why. expensive and poorly put together

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Reviewed 11 April 2009

I enjoyed this attraction very much. It gave you an idea of what it was like for the English during WWII and there were quite a lot of artifacts and examples of items from that time. They also had a great little movie showing clips...More

Thank Milaura S
Reviewed 15 February 2009

Massively overpriced (£11.45 for an adult) - me and my fiancee got in using a 2 for 1 discount voucher I found on the web and we still felt ripped off. First section is a recreation of an underground station cum air raid shelter where...More

Thank SirBranstonAubergine
Reviewed 11 January 2009

My husband and I enjoy war history and we were looking forward to this visit; However, we were beyond disappointed. It was small and uninteresting to say the least and very poorly put together. I would be ashamed to charge their prices for what is...More

2  Thank gubik
Reviewed 16 September 2008

Sorry to say but this really was a let down. At £10.45 (where did the 45p come from?) it did not live up to expectations or value for money. We walked through this experience feeling nothing, smelling very little & the highlight was seeing objects...More

Thank BlobSurrey
Reviewed 16 September 2008

Not the best war museum by a long shot, but for a small amateur museum its very good. As you enter theres a video to watch, which I can only assume is a professional documentary, its pretty long but has got some great old footage...More

1  Thank Martin W
Reviewed 7 September 2008

Firstly let me say that the Battle of Britain is one of my favorite periods in world history. The stoic British attitude and their stamina have always struck a chord in me and I highly respect them for what they went through from 1939 -...More

4  Thank hatlad
Reviewed 21 April 2008

Cost over £30 for a family ticket and one extra child. What's there is authentic and interesting but so little of it. Couldn't believe we'd seen it all in half an hour so not good value for money. Both my younger children (9 and 11)...More

1  Thank pimbury
Reviewed 1 January 2008

Before you go BEWARE. They are so stingy that they won't allow you the web discount voucher price unless you print off one for every single member of your party! How pedantic can you get? It is not cheap and the Imperial War Museum is...More

1  Thank James93
Reviewed 24 November 2007

Too expensive for such a short presentation. The movie at the beginning is very good and is shown in a room that looks like a shelter. You then move to another room (really 2 rooms) with a lot of artifacts. Spend your time in here...More

1  Thank pavaca
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