Churchill War Rooms & The Household Cavalry Museum

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Churchill War Rooms & The Household Cavalry Museum

FRIDAY 20 APRIL 2018

Explore the Churchill War Rooms, part of the Imperial War Museums, to discover the original Cabinet War Rooms, the underground headquarters that sheltered Churchill and his wartime government during the Blitz and the Churchill Museum, a biographical museum exploring the life of British statesman Winston Churchill. Also visit the historic rooms that once buzzed with strategies and secrets. In the evening we will be given a private tour of The Household Cavalry Museum with a Drinks Reception. Located in the heart of Royal London at Horse Guards, offering a truly enriching experience celebrating the history, heroes and exploits of the British Army’s senior regiment from its origins in 1661.You will be given the chance to see dazzling displays of uniforms and the stables.

  OUTLINE PROGRAMME

 

12.00noon                                                          2-course lunch with wine in The Club

1.15pm                                                                 Depart by coach to the CWR

4.30pm                                                                 Afternoon Tea at The Club

6.15pm                                                                 Walk to The Household Cavalry Museum

6.30pm                                                                 Private tour and Drinks Reception

8.30pm                                                                 Coach returns to The Club

 

This event is limited to 40 places only

The cost per person is £95.00 including lunch at the Club with wine, ticket to the CWR, Afternoon Tea, private tour and drinks reception at Cavalry Museum and coach transfers.

All applications should be received by the 5th February 2018. If oversubscribed places will be decided by ballot.

 

To book CLICK HERE

 

NB: PLEASE ONLY BOOK YOUR ACCOMMODATION WITH ANITA WHEN YOUR PLACE HAS BEEN CONFIRMED 

  • Churchill War Rooms
  • Cavalry Museum