The museum covers the history of Ash, Ash Vale, Ash Green and Tongham, and there are objects, pictures, stories, films, maps and documents on display.
Bourne Hall Museum is on the first floor of a listed 1960s building in a Victorian park set in the heart of Ewell village, half an hour from London. For fifty years we have collected artefacts, photos and memories that tell the story of Epsom and Ewell.
Brooklands Museum is the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation. This thriving 32-acre site is steeped in history and linked with world-famous achievements. Be inspired by stories of the people who strove to challenge, had courage to break the mould, and dared to defy expectations.
Brookwood American Military Cemetery is one of the 26 cemeteries throughout the world established by the American Battle Monuments Commission to commemorate the service of America’s armed forces where they have served since our entry into the First World War.
Byfleet Heritage Centre is a local history room presenting information on Byfleet Village and the local area. It is located at Byfleet Community Library and is open during library hours.
Chertsey Museum is the borough museum for Runnymede, Chertsey, Addlestone, Egham, Thorpe, Ottershaw & villages. Its changing exhibitions display and interpret the history of the local area from prehistoric to modern times.
Big of heart although small in stature, the Chobham Museum is packed to the rafters with a fascinating and eclectic collection of artefacts, themed displays, records and photographic memorabilia, unforgettably depicting the life and times of this ancient village and its surroundings.
With over 5,000 Commonwealth and almost 800 war graves of other nationalities, Brookwood Military Cemetery is the largest CWGC cemetery in the United Kingdom, covering approximately 37 acres. You can find the graves of men and women from across the Commonwealth, as well as French, Czechoslovak, Italian, Belgian, Polish and American war graves.
Explore the remarkable story of undercover SOE agent, Noor Inayat-Khan, at our must-see free digital exhibition at Runnymede Air Forces Memorial. With the help of the Girlguiding Association - the Commonwealth War Graves Foundation is telling the story of Noor - we want to inspire the next generation of History Makers.
The Crafts Study Centre is a specialist university museum and research centre open to the public. It is part of the University of the Creative Arts at Farnham. The museum is home to internationally acclaimed collections of modern and contemporary British craft in the fields of calligraphy and lettering, ceramics, textiles, and furniture and wood, as well as archival material including diaries, working notes and photographs of makers.
Dorking Museum is a small local history Museum, run entirely by Volunteers. The Museum tells the story of Dorking and the surrounding area from Cretaceous times right through to the present day when the 2012 Olympic Road Race came through our town.
The East Surrey Museum is dedicated to the preservation and display of artefacts, photographs and documents relating to the social history, archaeology and geology of East Surrey from the earliest times to the more recent past.