Churchill Archives Centre

The Churchill Archives Centre organises and contributes to a wide range of public events and exhibitions.

Current exhibitions Past events & exhibitions

Events & Exhibitions

The Churchill Archives Centre organises and contributes to a wide range of public events and exhibitions.

Current exhibitions Past events & exhibitions

Upcoming events

CHURCHILL – FOUNDER & FOUNDATION EXHIBITION

An exhibition exploring the story of our remarkable founder and his unique foundation. Foyer of the Wolfson Hall, Churchill College. Open to the public Monday to Sunday, 9am–7pm

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CHURCHILL – FOUNDER & FOUNDATION EXHIBITION

An exhibition exploring the story of our remarkable founder and his unique foundation. Foyer of the Wolfson Hall, Churchill College. Open to the public Monday to Sunday, 9am–7pm

Details & opening hours

Current exhibitions

Churchill — Founder and Foundation

The story of our remarkable founder and his unique foundation.

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D-Day: FDR and Churchill’s ‘Mighty Endeavor’

An exhibition at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York from 25 May 2019 to 6 January 2020.

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D-Day 75: Anniversary of the Normandy Landings

Check here for our regular series of mini exhibitions in the Wolfson Foyer, Churchill College.

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Loan to 'Discovery: 200 Years of the Cambridge Philosophical Society'

The chart showing Jocelyn Bell Burnell's detection of pulsar ‘CP 1919’ is currently on display at Cambridge University Library, until the end of August 2019.

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Loan to 'Very British - a German Point of View'

The Thatcher handbag is on its travels and can be seen at the Haus der Geschichte museum in Bonn until 8 March 2020.

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Groups

Get in touch if you are interested are interested in organising a group visit and tour.

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Groups

Get in touch if you are interested are interested in organising a group visit and tour.

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Past events and exhibitions

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Lise Meitner - Celebrating a scientist who never lost her humanity

One-day symposium in January 2019 celebrating the pioneering female scientist who  helped to discover nuclear fission. 

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The 2018 Roskill Lecture

Professor Margaret MacMillan's lecture, 'Reflecting on the Great War Today'.

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What is War today?

This two-day symposium in November 2016 brought together speakers from the worlds of academia, the military, politics and international diplomacy to debate the nature of war today.

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Churchill and Nuclear Weapons: From the A-Bomb to the H-Bomb

What was Churchill’s role in developing nuclear weapons and authorising the use of the atomic bomb? Graham Farmelo, Kevin Ruane & Helen Anne Curry 

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The 2016 Roskill Lecture

The Rt Hon Sir Roderic Lyne. spoke on 'Overcoming Enmity: The Evolution of British-Irish Relations in the 1990s.'

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