Cabinet War Room What's On

The Cabinet war room also known as the Churchill museum is a fascinating place which lay hidden underground for over thirty years. However now you are able to visit the actual place where Churchill and his government ran the second world war from.

Throughout the year the museum holds special events, visits and talks which I will post here on this page.

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Double Cross:
The D-Day Spies

18 September 2012 - 7pm - 9pm.

booking required. Adults £16.50 Conc £13.20.

In this talk, best-selling author Ben Macintyre tells the story of the intelligence officer based in St James's and the double agents Bronx, Brutus, Treasure, Tricycle and Garbo.

What Were We Fighting For?

2 October 2012 - 7pm - 9pm.

booking required.: Adults £16.50 Conc £13.20.

Award-winning author Ken Follett focuses on one key moment in each of the three major wars covered in his Century Trilogy - the First World War, the Second World War, and the Cold War.

Churchill War Rooms Private Tours

Dates between 1 January 2012 and 1 December 2012

To make your visit to the museum a special one you are able to have your own private tours of the museum whereby you will be guided through the museum by a 
representative of the museum and are even allowed to enter some of the rooms themselves.

The tours are for groups of up to 10 people at a time and can be arranged out of normal museum hours. Prices per group start at £250 and must be booked in advance.

Please telephone Victoria Williams on 020 7765 0141 to make booking

Britons at War: 1938 - Discussion

Dates between 14 January 2012 and 18 March 2012
Drop in 11am-12.30pm & 2pm-4pm

This discussion looks at the plans which were considered before the war broke out of moving not only children to safer areas of the country but also some services such as the civil service. The conversation will also cover how the nation may have been feeling during this time as fear rose of the impeding outbreak of the war.

objects from the period will be available for examination.

Cost: this is a free event once admission has been paid.

All information is correct at time of being published. Please contact the Cabinet War room for confirmation and tickets.

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