Wow , what a great recreation of the tough times steering national fortunes in WW2. In fact a lot of what is on display is as it was, but in some cases recreated using contemporary materials. The Churchill Museum risks being a tad sycophantic but carries it off well given inclusion of critical commentary on his foibles. The scenes from his funeral in 1965 are very moving. It is amazing to see the reality of such important events, including the pokey little radio room Churchill used for transatlantic radio calls to Roosevelt. Indeed quotes on display about the affection these two clearly underscores the collective efforts they put in. These war rooms are a must see if you appreciate the events of WW 2, they are one of the most evocative things we have seen, and we have travelled and seen a lot. BTW - grab a cup of Dig For Victory soup in the cafe - very tasty and adds to the experience all round.
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