The Imperial War Museums are located at various locations across England, including London, Manchester and Cambridgeshire. Home to the rich historical culture of English warfare, the museums provide visitors with a deeper understanding of the history of a proud nation.
The Churchill War Rooms located in an Imperial War Museum in London, are one of the most famous England attractions for visiting tourists. The war rooms were the beginning of the battles lead by Churchill in the 1940s. Churchill and his war cabinet met in these secret war rooms to prepare for what would lie ahead. The Churchill War Rooms provide a detailed account of English history, with visitors able to see the rooms where maps, plans and books have been left, undisturbed, since 1945.
A number of exhibitions are permanent at the Churchill War Rooms, including Life in Churchill’s Bunker, The Churchill Museum and The Cabinet War Rooms. If you want to get the most out of your trip to the Churchill War Rooms, be sure to book yourself in for a private tour with a professional and knowledgeable guide who will be able to provide you with the kind of details about the artefacts in the museum, that only someone with years of experience can know.
There is so much to see and do at the Imperial War Museums, that the entire family is sure to enjoy this incredibly interesting and educational experience. Take a journey through the museum to uncover the secrets behind Churchill and gain a better understanding as to how he became the man to lead England during one of its most challenging wars.