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Biggin Hill Memorial Museum tells the story of RAF Biggin Hill through the personal experiences of those who served there, and the community who supported them.
The museum journey begins over 100 years ago when RAF Biggin Hill was just farmland. Its high altitude and strategically important location between London and continental Europe, destined it to become the most important airfield of the Battle of Britain, laying the foundation for the European landscape as we know it today. One of Britain’s oldest aerodromes, RAF Biggin Hill is still internationally recognised as Sir Winston Churchill’s ‘strongest link’.
During your visit, you can freely explore the main chapel, gardens, café and shop. Your admission ticket will provide access to the exhibition spaces, as well as our discovery tablet, designed to enrich your experience through additional storytelling and special films and photographs.
Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.
Last admission to the exhibition at 4pm.
The Nightingale Cafe is open 10am to 5pm, with last orders at 4.30pm.
We are open throughout the year, with our Christmas 2019 opening hours as:
Monday 23 to Thursday 26 December – Closed
Friday 27 to Sunday 29 December – Open
Monday 30 to Tuesday 31 December – Closed
Wednesday 1 January 2020 – Open
|With gift aid||Without gift aid|
|Under 5s||Free||Under 5s||Free|
|Family of 4 (2 Adults and 2 Children)||£23.00||Family of 4 (2 Adults and 2 Children)||£20.50|
|Family of 3 (1 Adult and 2 Children)||£14.50||Family of 3 (1 Adult and 2 Children)||£13.00|
10% discount on museum admission price for visitors with the following:
- Defence Discount Service Card
- Blue Light Discount Card
- English Heritage Membership Card
We welcome visits from groups and offer benefits for groups of eight or more, when booking in advance. Group booking info
The museum collection
The objects in the museum collection are directly associated to the people who served at RAF Biggin Hill. They include uniforms, medals, personal letters, documents and even furniture from the local pub. The collection also includes objects related to remembrance and memorial and the founding of the two chapels at the airfield from 1943-1951.
The museum has a full programme of events and activities. Visit our events page to find out more.