Welcome to the website of America's National Churchill Museum located on the campus of Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri.
Here you will find information and resources describing who Winston Churchill was, what he did during the course of his long life and why his legacy continues to inspire new generations today, nearly 50 years after his death.
In addition to this virtual treasury of Churchillian knowledge you will find details of the National Churchill Museum itself and a description and flavor of our permanent exhibition and how we tell Churchill's story as part of an engaging exploration of his role as a man of three centuries. Here too you will find news about the latest events and temporary displays at the Museum and how you can plan a visit or get involved.
However you visit us, whether in person or via the internet, we look forward to helping you learn more about the man many consider to be the man of the 20th century and whose example lives on into the 21st!
Our new in-house temporary exhibit is the story of President Reagan and Prime Minister Thatcher as they challenged the political landscape and move forward their domestic and foreign policies. Learn More
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Come and explore Churchill's Life of Leadership and his journey to Westminster College in Fulton, MO. Experience the “Iron Curtain” speech given in 1946 as part of the Green Lecture Series. Learn More
Featuring The Accidental Churchill, Churchill’s Relevance, and Churchill & the Titanic: Guilt by Association. Learn More
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