St George’s RAF Chapel of Remembrance was built as a memorial to the aircrew who lost their lives flying from the Biggin Hill Sector during the Second World War. It was built in 1951 after a fundraising campaign led by Sir Winston Churchill. The chapel features a reredos, the Book of Remembrance, and 12 stained glass windows design by Sir Hugh Easton.

The original Chapel was destroyed by fire, read more about cause of the fire here:

Fire at the original St George’s RAF Chapel

The chapel is open to visit during museum opening times.

Church of England Sunday service: 9.30am every Sunday

If you would like to hold a service at the chapel, such as a christening or funeral, please download and complete our chapel booking form [PDF], returning it to


Chapel with scaffolding
Chapel rebuild in 1951