Churchill War Rooms (5/6)

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The Churchill War Rooms are a complex of secret underground headquarters where the British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, lived and worked during the years of World War Two. Years after the war, they have now been converted into a series of museum exhibitions which showcase the centre of Britain’s war effort. The museum is not public, and requires a payment in order to enter with ticket prices ranging from £12-28. Construction of the war rooms began in 1938, and they became fully operational a week before Britain declared war on Germany.

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