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Heritage Hangar

The Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar affords you the opportunity to fly in an iconic two-seat Spitfire from the most famous World War II (WWII) fighter station. As well as up to 15 Spitfires, the hangar is home to a 1940 Hawker Hurricane and Battle of Britain veteran Messerschmitt 109, along with a variety of WWII era vehicles. We highly recommend booking a ‘hangar tour’ to see the inner workings of the largest Spitfire restoration facility in the world!

RAF Biggin Hill Museum and Chapel

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 in Biggin Hill during WWII. The museum tells the story of Britain’s most famous fighter station through the personal experiences of those who served there, and the community that supported them.

With regular talks, tours and special events throughout the year, the museum is a hive of activity. You can also enjoy lunches, homemade cakes, scones and biscuits in The Nightingale Café.

Down House – English Heritage

With a unique place in the history of science and evolution, Down House was Charles Darwin’s family home – and today it is a site of outstanding international significance. Step into the very rooms where Charles Darwin worked and lived, including the study where he wrote On the Origin of Species, and trace his story with a fascinating exhibition about his life and work. Enjoy access to the house, garden and greenhouse, along with exhibitions and a café.

Chartwell - National Trust

Bought by Sir Winston Churchill in 1922, Chartwell was his family home and garden for more than forty years. The house has been restored and preserved as it looked in the 1920–30s, and the rooms are decorated with memorabilia and gifts, the original furniture and books, as well as honours and medals that Churchill received. The property includes access to the house, Churchill’s painting studio, the Rose Garden, the Walled Garden, the woodland, Landemare Cafe and a National Trust Gift Shop.

Westerham Brewery

Established in 2004, the Westerham Brewery Company is proud to bring brewing back to the historic town of Westerham. With a rich brewing heritage, Westerham can once again be proud of locally brewed, top quality craft beers. The Tap Room and shop are open to the public, with a range of products available to sample and purchase – their beer is also available in our hotel bar! The brewery hosts a number of events too, including jazz and comedy evenings.

Squerryes Winery and Vineyards

The Squerryes estate is over 300 years old and has been home to 8 generations of the Warde family. The vineyards were planted in 2006 and, after a ‘long, thirsty wait’, Squerryes is now enjoying great recognition for their quality vintage wines. In 2020, the estate won gold in the World Championships, the fifth medal across five separate vintages.

Tours of the vineyards and wine tasting experiences are available. There is also an Estate Deli & Cellar Door shop with café and restaurant on-site.

Chislehurst Caves

Chislehurst Caves are a series of intersecting man-made tunnels and caverns covering some 22 miles. First open to the public in 1900 as a showplace, the caves are steeped in history – utilised as munitions storage during World War I, becoming an underground town as the largest deep air-raid shelter outside London, protecting over 15,000 people every night during the Blitz, and used as a venue for dances and concerts in the 1950s, 60s and 70s – with the likes of David Bowie and Jimi Hendrix performing here.

The Churchill Theatre, Bromley

Since 1977, the Churchill Theatre has been a leading live entertainment venue in the South-East. Offering top musicals, drama, comedy, dance, family shows, one-night events and, of course, the yearly pantomime. The theatre is often used to showcase new productions prior to their appearance in the West End or a National Tour.

Everyman Cinema, Oxted

A beautiful Tudor-fronted building, Everyman Oxted provides a unique cinema experience, with a personal bar and food service to your sofa. This small, intimate cinema has three screens and features original fittings from the 1920s.

Biggin Hill Swimming Pool and Library

Located less than a mile from the hotel, this is a public 6 lane, 25 metre swimming pool, housed within the library building. The pool offers several options for swimming and a wide range of group exercise classes, every week, aimed at multiple ages and abilities.

Mayfield Stables and Riding School, Tatsfield

Established in 1996, Mayfield is a small, family run riding school with a reputation of excellent teaching in a fun, relaxed and friendly environment. They can organise private lessons or a leisurely hack through the local countryside, accompanied by at least one British Horse Society (BHS) qualified instructor. They provide all the necessary safety equipment, including an approved riding hat and body protector, included in their rates.

The Pavilion, Bromley

Sporting complex offering a leisure swimming pool with wave machine and flumes, 12 lane 10-pin bowling alley, gym and exercise classes in the heart of Bromley.

Team Sport Go Karting, Crawley

Three floors, two tracks, one incredible karting facility. Regardless of your ability or goal, there are several events that could match your go-karting needs. Brilliant for an adrenaline kick.

Operation Escape, Bromley

Fancy a challenge? Immerse yourself in adventure with Bromley’s live interactive escape rooms. Locked into a room with 1 hour to escape – select your adventure and have fun!

Delta Force Paintball, Orpington

Located in 30 acres of stunning woodland, this paintball centre is guaranteed to provide an action- packed day. It includes five varied game zones, including the famous two-storey Castle Wallenberg, the atmospheric Vietcong Village and an extensive D-Day landing game zone.

Hike South East

Join experienced and friendly hiking guide, John Bradshaw, on walks through areas of outstanding natural beauty in Kent, Surrey and Sussex. You’ll hear about the famous people that lived here, and explore the history, wildlife, and landscape.

local Religious Establishments

  • Catholic Church Saint Teresa Of The Child Jesus
    Address: 6 Haig Road, Biggin Hill, TN16 3LJ
    Distance: by car 5 minutes approx. / Walk 20 mins approx.
  • St Marks Church of England Church
    Address: 10 Church Road, Biggin Hill, TN16 3LB
    Distance: by car 5 minutes approx.. / Walk 15 mins approx.
  • New Life Church
    Address: Main Road, Biggin Hill, TN16 3BB
    Distance: by car 5 minutes approx. / Walk 20 mins approx..
  • Quakers Religious Society of Friends
    Address: 46 Ravensbourne Road, Bromley, BR1 1HP
    Distance: by car 20 minutes approx.
  • Croydon Mosque & Islamic Centre
    Address: London Road, Thornton Heath, CR7 6AR
    Distance: by car 35 minutes approx..

Local Golf Courses

  • Cherry Lodge Golf Club, Jail Lane, Biggin Hill TN16 3AX
    Phone: 01959 572 250
    Distance: by car 5 minutes approx.
  • West Kent Golf Club , Milking Lane, Downe, BR6 7LD
    Phone: 01689 851 323
    Distance: by car 10 minutes approx.
  • High Elms Golf Club, High Elms Road, Downe BR6 7JL
    Phone: 01689 858 175
    Distance: by car 15 minutes approx.
  • Park Wood Golf Club, Chestnut Avenue, Tatsfield TN16 2EG
    Phone: 01959 577 744
    Distance: by car 15 minutes approx.
  • Westerham Golf Club, Brasted Road, Westerham, TN16 1QN
    Phone: 01959 567 100
    Distance: by car 15 minutes approx.


The reception team are on hand to answer any questions you may have and take reservation bookings for the bar and restaurant.

Please call 01959 584750 or email

The Landing Hotel, Churchill Way, Biggin Hill, Westerham, TN16 3BN, United Kingdom.

Tel: +44 (0) 1959 584 750 | Email:

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