The Kent Battle of Britain Museum Trust are pleased to announce that they will be opening to the public again this coming Saturday, 4th July.
They have been working hard to ensure social distancing measures are implemented and that hygene procedures and hand washing facilities are in place.
Although the museum has been closed to the public during the pandemic, it has been a hive of activity inside as people have worked independantly to continue restoring the aircraft.
The worlds largest Battle of Britain collection of memorabilia, with Artefacts from over 700 crashed aircraft
It was during the closure, that the Chairman of the museum, Dave Brocklehurst MBE fell whilst working at height around the German Heinkel bomber. Although he was taken to hospital via air ambulance, we are pleased to report that he was not seriously injured and is on the mend.
The Kent Battle of Britain Museum display the largest and most important collection of Battle of Britain artefacts in the country and is based in Hawkinge, near Folkestone. Prices for admission in 2020 are Adults: £10.00, Senior citizens (60 years and over): £9.00 and children (ages 5 to 15 years): £4.00