Haslemere Educational Museum is an award winning independent museum founded in 1888. The museum holds diverse collections relating to Geology, Natural History and Human History, as well as being a resource of local history. It is also recognised for its educational work with schools and its lifelong learning for all ages.
The Holmesdale Natural History Club Museum promotes the study of natural history, local history, archaeology and geology in the area of Reigate.
The small Museum has a wide range of exhibits, from Roman artefacts from a local villa to an extensive collection of Ashtead Pottery from the local and highly regarded inter war enterprise staffed largely by injured ex-servicemen.
The museum has the world's largest collection of working, historic London buses covering 100 years of development, from the horse-buses of the 1870s to the Titans and Metrobuses of the 1980s.
"The Museum of Farnham is a local history museum, located in a beautiful Georgian town house with many original features and a delightful walled garden. Visit us to discover Farnham’s history, from its prehistoric roots to its hop growing boom and Georgian grandeur.
A comprehensive history of the National Rifle Association of the UK with rifles from the mid 1800s to the present day, paintings, a large collection of silver, other memorabilia, prizes and trophies.
Where the walk is a work of art. Painshill is a beautiful award-winning 18th century landscape garden. A masterpiece, inspired by landscape painting, Painshill is a series of dramatically placed follies and simply stunning views.
Reigate Priory is a Grade I listed building - home to Reigate Priory Museum and Reigate Priory School. The museum presents exhibitions on a wide range of subjects designed to appeal to both adults and children.
Royal Holloway Picture Gallery houses the 77 paintings which make up the Royal Holloway Collection, equivalent to more than £6 million in today's terms.
Discover the history of the Royal Logistic Corps from the Battle of Agincourt until today. There are a wide range of documents in the archive and a gift shop.
The Rural Life Living Museum is an open-air museum and visitor attraction which collects and preserves objects associated with farming and goods used by local craftsmen circa 1750-1960. Many aspects of village and rural life are displayed recalling a way of life once common to the local people.
Our wonderful little museum is part of the Send and Ripley History Society. It was once a Nat West bank and you can see it on the move on our website 'The Bank Job'.