Located on a former RAF airfield, the Kent Battle of Britain Museum in Folkestone has the largest collection of memorabilia, artefacts, and relics from The Battle of Britain that took place between July and October 1940 and was a major air campaign with 3,000 RAF fighters. There are over 700 crashed aircraft on display, including two full sized replicas built for the 1968 film The Battle of Britain.

Opening Hours
29th March to 10th November 2024
Tuesday to Sunday, and Bank Holidays.
May to September
October to November
Last entry one hour before closing.

Adult: £10
Senior Citizen - 60 years+: £9
Child - 5-15 years: £4.

Folkestone West and Folkestone Central - then Bus or Taxi.

73 and 16: stop outside the museum.

Advisory Notes
For security and copyright reasons no cameras, mobile telephones, video recorders, or any other types of electronic recording equipment are allowed in the Museum.

Cafe • Shop •  Toilet • Disabled Toilet • Free Parking

Picture Credit: © Kent Battle of Britain Museum Trust Collection.

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