Europe, London, Travel, UK

Churchill War Rooms

“Discover the secrets hidden beneath the streets of Westminster in the underground nerve centre where Winston Churchill and his inner circle directed the Second World War” is what says in its webpage, and honestly, it’s real.

Opening Times:

9.30am to 6pm, last admission 5pm (closed 24, 25 & 26 December)

For someone like me who is a history buff, and has a deep interest for II World War, Churchill’s War Rooms are like a travel back in time, as they’re no recreation, they’re no attraction, they are the ones he and his team used in those days. We’re able to see and know how exactly they lived down there, how it must have felt to be underground when sometimes you couldn’t go out for days, weeks, and months. The places where they slept, eat, refugeed, discuss and decide war.

Churchill was an incredible intelligent and admirable man, whose aid was fundamental for winning the war.

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