The museum is located in the south of the London Borough of Bromley and is close to the northern border of Kent.
Biggin Hill Memorial Museum
The museum is accessible by car from Main Road, which connects Bromley and Biggin Hill village. If you’re arriving from the M25, exit at Junction 4 for the A21. There is a car park on site which is free to use for museum visitors.
By public transport
The nearest train station is Bromley South, reachable from London Victoria in just 17 minutes. The 320 and 246 buses leave from Bromley South every 20 minutes, stopping very close to the museum at Hanbury Drive. Upon alighting, follow the path as it curves round to the left. Take the second left and an immediate right through a set of gates into the museum car park.
The museum is situated on a popular cycling route around the highest point in Kent and amongst the picturesque villages of Downe and Westerham. Cycle parking is available at the museum.