Biggin Hill Memorial Museum
Biggin Hill Memorial Museum and the St George’s Royal Air Force Chapel of Remembrance is on what was Royal Air Force Station, Biggin Hill, which will remain forever linked with the Battle of Britain in 1940. The Chapel is a memorial to all aircrew, who died flying from the Biggin Hill Sector.
17 stained glass windows commemorate squadrons, aircrew and ground crew. The reredos records in gold lettering the names of those aircrew, who paid the ultimate sacrifice. Spitfire and Hurricane replicas stand guard at the gate. A Custodian will gladly show you around the Chapel. Whether you come out of interest or on a pilgrimage, whatever your age, you will learn something new and experience the peace of this wonderful memorial. There is an Anglican Service every Sunday at 9.30am.
This Chapel was built as a memorial to the aircrew who had their lives taken in World War ll, they fought and they died. We, today, have the freedom to forget.
Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.
Last admission at 4pm.
Free car parking
Restaurant / Cafe / Tea shop