Though best known as the location where Winston Churchill gave his famous "Iron Curtain" speech in 1946, the National Churchill Museum also plays host to a church brought from London, and tons of interactive historical exhibits:

- $6 ($12 value) for two tickets to the museum
Look at Churchill family photos, get a sense of what life was like during World War I, and learn about all the technological changes that happened during the war. Decipher codes, watch videos, and view an authentic bombsite used in WWII.

- $25 ($50 value) for Subaltern membership to the museum
You'll get two membership cards and two guest passes with this package, which allows you unlimited access to the museum, exhibits, and events for an entire year. Enjoy a subscription to the Churchillian magazine, a monthly newsletter, a quarterly calendar of events, discounts at the museum store, and discounts on renting the church or museum.

Open Every Day
Stop by throughout the week to explore these fascinating exhibits in Fulton, which are visited by 12,000 people each year from around the world.

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“Leave the past to history especially as I propose to write that history myself.”

Winston S. Churchill