This is truly one of the first nest museums we’ve visited. It is well thought out, excellent chronology of events globally, nationally & in Churchill’s life. We spent several hours exploring and were delighted with the final capstone - Churchill’s painting. I highly recommend this museum
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Museum tickets are available for purchase ahead of your visit. While buying in advance guarantees entry at your preferred time, tickets can still be bought on site.
Free… Museum and International Churchill Society Members; Westminster College Students, Employees, and Families; Children under 12
$10.00… Seniors (60+), AARP & AAA Members, Active Military and Veterans
$6.50… Youth (12-18) & College Students
Hours: Open Daily: 10 am - 4:30 pm Closed: New Years Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day
Please present your physical or digital order confirmation and/or name at the front desk to redeem your tickets.
Know before you go: learn about our COVID-19 policies before scheduling your visit.
This is a wonderful museum, and to fully appreciate all of the displays requires an hour, or even two! It was an easy application process to order the tickets on-line and follow COVID guidelines while in the facility. Do take a look at the upstairs sanctuary and appreciate the engineering feat of moving it to the USA.
What a wonderful surprise to find this outstanding American Churchill Museum in mid-America! What a great tribute to Winston Churchill & Harry Truman too! The reconstructed chapel provides a perfect setting next to the colorful pieces of the Berlin Wall!!!!! Fabulous & unique look of history right here!!
Fantastic and informative exhibits, a warm and gracious staff, and the beautiful church and art installations make for a very special visit. I travelled from Maryland specifically to visit your museum and I was not disappointed! Thank you!
I loved the layout of the museum and the variety of exhibits. My favorite part was the letters that were scattered around. Those really let you get an inside glimpse into Churchill’s life.