In the war rooms, which are located in the basement of the British Ministry of Finance, you will be exposed to the conduct of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, his cabinet and the military and intelligence chiefs during World War II. The rooms were preserved as they were in the 1940's and includes maps and charts.
The 21 rooms were opened to the public in 1984, including living rooms, and also rooms used for military functions: a war room, a map room and a hospital. The map room remained as neat as it had been on the last day of the war. Churchill managed the Battle of the English against the Nazi army, until the fortress was bombed and closed.
In 2003 the museum was expanded and additional rooms were opened to the public. In 2005, another section of the museum was opened, presenting Churchill's work with original documents and photographs. The Churchill Museum also offers a modern twist on the subject: digital presentations, films, archive materials and personal belongings.
Along with the entrance fee, you will receive a voice guide that will allow you to catch a glimpse at the amazing historical events that took place here.