Winston Churchill’s Britain at War Experience – Noise and smoke, closed spaces, amazing fear and friendship are the main characteristics of the raid. Winston Churchill’s Britain at War experience reveals how life in London to be the city witnessed a continuing bombardment by the force German.
Take a look at a number of interesting pieces, including rare photos and documents, and protective gas masks. While all the background you can hear the sound era folk songs play mixes with radio broadcasts and speeches of world leaders at that time in. This exhibition explores more than just the obvious effect to drop the bomb.
There is a whole section that is dedicated for rationing food production and land girls. It is not to mention that the entertainment of a series of shops in 1940 Southwark. Immediately after that, there is the way to simulate a very compelling and effective bombing. There is also school trips arrangement so that children can try helmets, uniforms and gas masks.
Winston Churchill’s Britain at War Experience allows visitors to experience the feeling of fighting in World War II. This place is the best for children and adolescents than young people as it is important for them to know about the war. This kind of experience is not always read in textbooks.
Winston Churchill’s Britain at War Experience takes visitors to the 1940 codification of the world, evictions and land girls. Where visitors can listen to radio stations which are made by Winston Churchill, Chamberlain, Roosevelt, Hitler and Lord Haw. In mock-up reminder to bomb out of the rest of London cinemas, bars houses and burning street, sirens warning of air strikes and shelling continued in the skies of the region. Winston Churchill’s Britain at War Experience the only focuses on World War II and tells about the life of Londoners during the Blitz bombs, power outages and rationing.
The museum itself was built between some of the old railway arches and takes you to model for water tanks. There you can see a wide range of items from the daily ration books and protective gas masks, toilet paper and canned meat. There are also hundreds of posters, graphics and photos from the war. There are also some reconstructions to get you in the mood: the sights and sounds of the roads are destroyed by the bombardment that pays you to the rest of the shop that was destroyed by the bombs fall.
Winston Churchill’s Britain at War Experience is a museum where you can learn how life for civilians on the home front during World War II England. There raid come with the sights and sounds and smells to explore the real experience. The museum is popular with school groups because they can learn more from a visit here in the classroom. Newspapers and magazines in the wall can make an interesting read and you can sit in the shelter Anderson.
In this museum, there is no window so that you can dive into the era and there is a lot to see. Any employee during the tour to go for it you are free to spend some time and explore every part as long as you want. The entry fee may put some people off, but a visit here does not help you to experience something what it must have been like to live through an important year in the history of England.
It is not recommend it for children as you felt very scared at the shelter Anderson and the experience of the raid. But for those which are prepared to understand this history, you can visite really make it in life.
Winston Churchill’s Britain Address
64-66 Tooley St, London Bridge,
London SE1 2TF, United Kingdom
Phone : +44 20 7403 3171
Museum Status Closed