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.
Tuesday for pre booked groups and schools
Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.
Last admission at 4pm.
We are open throughout the year, except 24-26 December.
Admission ticket needed for the museum exhibitions
Café and outdoor terrace
The Nightingale Café is named in honour of the original Nightingale Café located on Biggin Hill’s South Camp. Allergen information is available for all our dishes please ask a member of staff for further details. Outside seating is available on the terrace giving views over to the airfield. If you are lucky enjoy seeing the Spitfires take off while you refresh with lunch or cake.
Our onsite shop stocks a range of merchandise from unique to specialist chosen with RAF Biggin Hill and its community in mind.
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