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    Sadly, I was impressed by this popular attraction. Firstly, it took me three attempts to actually get inside as the queues get so long. But once inside I felt the audio was very ‘dry’ and it meant lots of people stopping at the same places and blocking the narrow passages. The Churchill Museum (within) was referred to on the audio as “new” yet it opened in 2005 (that was on the audio too) which lets you know when this place was last ‘updated’. Sure, it’s the real thing so it is good to see but I felt the high ticket price was more to deter visitors from joining the long queue than offering value for money.

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    A truly fascinating and somewhat eerie place. You can really imagine what it may have been like for Churchill and his staff down there whilst the bombs were being dropped above. Staff would often be unable to find their suburb when they were allowed to go home – because the bombing had made many area unrecognisable.

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    The bunker complex was much bigger than I expected and the Churchill Museum within it has more to see than you could ever fit into one visit. It’s a really cool place and it’s incredible to walk through such an important part of WWII history. Definitely check it out and leave yourself enough time to do it slowly.

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    If you are interested in WWII, this is a must see. Very interesting perspective of what the command center for England was when they stood alone. The Churchill exhibit was good and a bit of a bonus as the Warrooms themselves are enough of a historical gem.

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    the war rooms were really interesting and the Churchill museum is probably the most interactive museum I’ve visited