Permanent

Churchill War Rooms

Free event with general admission

Entry is included in the price of general admission.

Explore Churchill's complex relationship with the Middle East

Churchill visits the Western Desert
Churchill visits the Western Desert © IWM (E 15299)

Explore Churchill's complex relationship with the Middle East

This intimate display looks at the impact and influence of Winston Churchill on the modern Middle East, which is still subject to debate and controversy today. 

Part of the Churchill Museum, located at the Churchill War Rooms, the display uses photography, correspondence, an annotated map drawn up for Churchill in 1921 and audio-visual presentations to investigate Churchill's impact and influence on the Middle East. 

Situated at the heart of Churchill War Rooms, this new permanent display can be explored alongside the historic rooms of this underground network that protected the staff and secrets at the heart of Britain’s government during the Second World War.

Visitor looking at museum displays

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Winston Churchill
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Explore the underground headquarters that between 1939 - 1945 acted as the top-secret nerve centre from where Churchill and his inner circle determined the course of the Second World War.

Location

Churchill War Rooms with exterior sign
Address

Churchill War Rooms
Clive Steps
King Charles Street
London
SW1A 2AQ

  • St James's Park
  • Westminster