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Programs & Events

  • Virtual Exhibit "Sinews of Peace: The Power of Prose"Read More

    Sinews of Peace: The Power of Prose, a virtual exhibition examining the near-final draft of the "Iron Curtain" speech in the collection of America's National Churchill Museum. Typewritten with final hand-written additions dictated by Churchill to his secretary Jo Sturdee, the draft reveals Churchill's last-minute changes, rhetorical flourishes, and edits to the famous speech. The exhibit was created by America’s National Churchill Museum and students at Westminster College in Fulton, MO. Virtual exhibit made possible by the Anson Cutts Gallery Endowment.

  • Donald P. Lofe, Jr. Named Westminster College's 23rd PresidentRead More

    The Board of Trustees of Westminster College has unanimously appointed Donald P. Lofe, Jr., to be the historic college’s 23rd president. The Board cited the major progress the 170-year-old liberal arts college has made under Lofe’s leadership as Interim President, even during an exceptionally challenging year and in the midst of the pandemic.

  • Global Roundtable: Lead by Example April 30-May 1Read More

    The Museum is pleased to partner with the Churchill Institution of East Africa to present a virtual global roundtable discussion on Churchill, the importance of learning from the past, and the need for informed leadership in today's world.

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, more than fifty years after his death.

In addition to this virtual treasury of Churchillian knowledge you will find details of the 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.

Virtual Exhibit

75th Anniversary of “Sinews of Peace” Speech.  Learn More

Berlin Wall History

Edwina Sandys' "Breakthrough" sculpture featuring sections of the Berlin Wall.  Learn More

Permanent Exhibits

Fly into action with the RAF!  Learn More

Take a Seat

Sit back in an overstuffed chair while listening to tales of Churchill's wit and wisdom.  Learn More

Church of St. Mary

Intricate woodcarvings adorn the Vestry doors, reredos, baptismal and balcony of the historic Church of St. Mary.  Learn More

Churchill's Life

"We are all worms, but I do believe that I am a glow-worm."
- Sir Winston Churchill  Learn More

Admission

  • Free… Museum and International Churchill Society Members; Westminster College Students, Employees, and Families; Children Under 12
  • $10.00… Adults
  • $9.00… Seniors (60+), AARP & AAA Members, Active Military and Veterans
  • $6.50… Youth (12-18) & College Students

Hours

  • Open Daily: 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Closed: New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day

Find Us

Westminster College
501 Westminster Avenue
Fulton, Missouri 65251

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The Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury - Fulton, Missouri

The Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, is a seventeenth-century English church located within the heart of mid-Missouri in Fulton. This church once stood in the center of London, England, where Nazi bombs gutted it during the Blitz of World War II. It is the only building in the United States designed by renowned English architect Sir Christopher Wren.

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Westminster College

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Winston S. Churchill

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