I could not imagine what I saw. An archivists dream. The war rooms is an expanse of offices, meeting rooms, map rooms, living areas, production rooms where Churchill and the cabinet conducted the war. PLUS a museum dedicated to Churchill with interactive displays using cutting edge technology. It was almost overwhelming. We arrived at 9:30 and avoided any crowds and left at 11:30. We hadn't realized we were there for that long! We bought our tickets online and by doing so were able to go to bypass everyone (even those with museum passes) and go right in. It's worth every penny
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