Westminster Reopens Revamped Churchill Museum
The museum's exhibits range from the bombing of London during World War II and Churchill's famous "Iron Curtain" speech in Fulton. The museum also features many activities for kids. Rob Crouse of Westminster College says the museum offers lessons great than Churchill's historic visit to Fulton.
"What we're about is not reliving history. We're about making history," said Westminster's Rob Crouse. "And what it's about, and what the new exhibit is about, is Churchill as a role model for our students and for future generations."
Churchill's daughter and granddaughter will attend Saturday's ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon, when the museum reopens to the public.