It is said that there are numerous secrets buried under London’s surface. While some of these rumored treasures remain a mystery, the once classified sprawling underground network called the Cabinet War Rooms, referred to today as the Churchill War Rooms, in Westminster, was revealed to the public in 1984.
This is where Britain’s wartime Prime Minister, Winston Churchill planned and coordinated war strategies while the Blitz raged on overhead. There is an eerie nostalgia to the rooms – you can almost smell the cigars.
Today it is also a must-visit for every Londoner.