Biggin Hill Memorial Museum's history starts from over 100 years ago and tells the story of RAF Biggin Hill through the personal experiences of those who served there, and the community which supported them. Its high altitude and strategically important location between London and continental Europe, make it one of Britain’s oldest aerodromes. Its particular focus is the Battle of Britain, in which it played a pivotal role.
Lots to see and do, with exhibitions, and the St George’s RAF Chapel of Remembrance, built as a memorial to the aircrew who lost their lives flying from the Biggin Hill Sector during World War II. It was built in 1951 after a fundraising campaign led by Sir Winston Churchill. Visitors can also pick up a free walking trail that focuses on the places that are still connected with the history of RAF Biggin Hill.

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Saturday
Last admission to exhibition 2.30pm.

With gift aid/without gift aid
Adult: £8.25/£7.50
Child: £4.60/£4
Under 5 years: Free
Family of 6 - 2 adults & up to 4 children: £18/£15
Defence Discount Service Card/Blue Light Discount Card & English Heritage Membership Card: 10% discount
Discount for TN16 Residents
Memberships are available.

Parking available.

320 and 246.

Additional Notes
Can offer designated hours for older adults or high-risk individuals, contact to find out more.

Cafe • Toilets • Disabled Toilets • Baby Changing Facilities • Picnic Area • Free WiFi

Picture Credit: © Biggin Hill Memorial Museum.

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