Buzz-wise, July has been big for the little town of Fulton, Mo.
The publication said "Fulton’s Westminster College has seen more than its share of elite action," and lists visits not only by Churchill but by former Soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev.
The museum opened in 1969 and is dedicated to the life of former British Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill, who delivered his famous “Iron Curtain” speech on the campus in 1946.
Also cited for superlatives were the restored Church of St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury and the sculpture "Breakthrough," made from eight panels of the Berlin Wall by Edwina Sandys, Churchill's granddaughter.
Museum curator Timothy Riley said a number of positive words have been used to describe the museum. "It looks like we can now add ‘cool’ to the lexicon," he said in a statement.