Welcome to Biggin Hill Memorial Museum.
We tell the story of Britain’s most famous fighter station through the personal experiences of those who served there, and the community that supported them.
The museum is situated on the same site as St George’s RAF Chapel of Remembrance, built in 1951 to preserve the legacy of those who served and died at Biggin Hill during the Second World War. The museum safeguards the future of this important building.
Afternoon talk: Flight Lieutenant Alan Deere DFC
Join us on Friday June 14th at 2:30pm for a talk on Al Deere – one of the luckiest fighter…
Pilates Class every Friday 2pm
Originally developed by Joseph H Pilates who said that the inspiration for his system of exercises came to him during…
Biggin Hill Memorial Museum Commemorates the 75th Anniversary of D-Day
Biggin Hill Memorial Museum will be commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the historic seaborne invasion, on Thursday 6th June….
Session for Under 5s
Bring your little one to join in with our engaging session for Under 5s aimed at stimulating and educating through…
Afternoon Talk: ATA Women in the RAF
Join our volunteer Paul for a free talk on the women of the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA), in the RAF.
We are delighted to launch a Crochet Club in our Nightingale Cafe every fortnight. Whether you would like to learn…