The Battle of Britain Memorial

The Battle of Britain Memorial stands on Kent’s famous White Cliffs at Capel-le-Ferne, near Folkestone, a tribute to the men who fought and won one of the most crucial battles of the 20th century.

Alongside the National Memorial to the Few, the site features the Christopher Foxley-Norris Memorial wall, a replica Spitfire and Hurricane and the exciting, interactive and informative Scramble Experience, which has plenty to offer the whole family.

A first-floor cafe with views across to France (on a clear day!) and a well-stocked gift shop add to the appeal of a day out that combines excitement with reflection.

Opening Times

Pedestrian access is available at all times

Wing/Car park opening times – 1st October to end February, 10am to 4pm

1st March to end September, 10am to 5pm

(last entrance to the Scramble Experience and cafe purchase 30 mins before closing time)



The site is fully accessible, with step free-access across the whole site, including The Wing, which has a lift to the first floor cafe.

There are five clearly marked Blue Badge parking spaces, of which three are approximately 10m from the entrance to The Wing and two allow more direct access to the external attractions.

There is a unisex, fully accessible toilet meeting current guidelines.

See a fullĀ accessibility statement.



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