I'm thinking of spending a day exploring Britain's war history and am in need of advice about the Britain at War Experience and the Cabinet War Rooms. Here goes:
1. Is the Britain at War Experience a cheesy, touristy exhibition in the vein of Madame Tussaud's? Is it moderately-interesting and more 'fun' than 'educational' (for lack of a better word), like the nearby London Dungeon? Or is it a truly interesting experience, as one would expect at a museum?
2. The Cabinet War Rooms seem interesting too, but are twice as expensive (even with concessions). Supposing I am going to the Imperial War Museum for sure, which site would you choose to supplement it - the Britain at War Experience or the Cabinet War Rooms?
Looking forward to hear from people who have been there and who have managed to follow my somewhat rambling query:-)