4th April 2009 to 30th April 2010 – 9.30 am to 18.00 pm
Location: Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms
The Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms commemorates its seventieth anniversary this year from when it became operational in August 1939, the week before war was declared, and 25 years from April 1984 when it was designated as a historic site and opened to the public.
A series of events, activities, screenings and lectures will take place throughout the year with an exhibition: Undercover: Life in Churchill’s Bunker, opening to the public on 27 August.
The exhibition will focus on the personal accounts of the men and women who worked at the Cabinet War Rooms during the tumultuous events of the Second World War, Images, artefacts and the first-hand oral accounts of those who worked in the Cabinet War Rooms bring the working conditions in Churchill’s secret underground headquarters vividly to life.
A series of events, activities, screenings and lectures will take place throughout the year. Visit the What’s On pages for more information.
If you’ve never visited the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms, make this the year that you walk in Churchill’s footsteps for a truly memorable day out.
From expert speakers to learning activities for kids, there’s something for everyone at the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms.