Permanent

9.30am - 6pm

Churchill War Rooms

Entry to the museum is included within the price of general admission.

LIFE UNDERGROUND

Women at the switchboard in Churchill's Bunker

LIFE UNDERGROUND

Discover the stories of the staff who spent thousands of vital working – and sleeping – hours from 1938 onwards at the Cabinet War Rooms.

See historic images, objects and interviews with the men and women who worked in the underground hideaway, revealing what it was like to work in secret alongside Winston Churchill during the Second World War.

WORKING FOR WINSTON

Remington ‘noiseless’ Typewriter used at Churchill War Rooms
© IWM (COM 1076)

WORKING FOR WINSTON

Churchill hated all noise distractions, from whistling to the clicks of a typewriter. Secretaries in the Cabinet War Rooms used specially adapted typewriters -the Remington Noiseless- imported from the United States. 

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Churchill With Tommy Gun
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View of the Map Room at Churchill War Rooms
IWM SITE CWR 567
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Cabinet War Rooms
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Visitor looking at museum displays
Permanent display
Churchill and the Middle East
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