The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum
The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum
The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum
The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum
The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum
The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum
The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum
The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum
The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum
The RAF Manston Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum

Visitor Information

Opening Hours
10am - 4pm (Winter Opening Times)

Free Car and Coach Parking
Disabled Access
Merlin Café open daily

The Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Museum
The Airfield
Manston Road
Ramsgate
Kent CT12 5DF
[Get Directions]

Tel: 01843 821940
Email: enquiries@spitfiremuseum.org.uk

The iconic RAF fighter planes of the Second World War, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk XVI and the Hawker Hurricane IIC, housed under one museum roof at the historic Battle of Britain airfield in Manston, Kent.

Donations are very gratefully received. Not only because they let us know that we enjoy the support and interest of our visitors but also because, like many charities, we can claim Gift Aid support which could add an additional 20% to our donated income.

 

 

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Channel Dash

On 12th February 1942 six Fleet Air Arm Fairey Swordfish torpedo biplanes left Manston on a courageous mission to inflict damage on German battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau and battlecruiser Prinz Eugen. Only five crewmembers survived. Our Channel Dash display pays tribute to the lives of the war heroes we lost that day.

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