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.
Every Object Tells a Story: Bromley Bomb Map, Dave Cole (BHMM volunteer)
Watch Dave Cole (BHMM volunteer), discuss where the bombs fell near Biggin Hill in the worst of the bombing raids.
We’ve had 20,000 visitors!
Congratulations to our 20,000th visitors James Mason from Bromley and his friend Carl Amos who travelled 300 miles from Lancashire…
Ramble into the Cafe
Rest your weary feet and paws, grab a brew from indoors! Is it a bad weather or are you tired…
Crochet and Craft Club
Come and join us at our Crochet and Craft Club in our Nightingale Cafe weekly. Whether you would like to…
Morning talk: Winston Churchill: Defence of the Realm
Join Andy (BHMM volunteer) this Thursday for his talk about the life of Winston Churchill and his role in developing…