Cabinet War Rooms (London)
The Cabinet War Rooms are an interesting location, and now tourist attraction, in London.
The location is Clive Steps in King Charles Street.
Winston Churchill directed operations during the Second World War from here, starting in 1940. Once the war ended, the place was left undisturbed until 1981, when Margaret Thatcher decided that it should be opened to the public as a museum.
There is a large Map Room as well as the War Cabinet Room. Among the items preserved are beds and bedding, including those used by Churchill himself.