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'.
Situated in a picturesque village, the many displays at Shere Museum show objects of daily life with tools, toys, domestic items and clothing mainly from Victorian times to the 1950s.
The Sidney Sime Gallery in Worplesdon houses a major collection of the fascinating and highly characteristic work of Sidney Sime (1865-1941), the famous artist, illustrator and caricaturist.
Spelthorne Museum, founded in 1980, is a volunteer-run museum which showcases the history and archaeology of the Borough of Spelthorne.
A local museum that tells the story of Surrey Heath's development from Stone Age through to modern day including the town's important military associations.
Surrey History Centre is so much more than a county record office and local studies centre. With six miles of shelving and thousands of documents, we can help you trace your Surrey ancestors and guide you through our amazing collections of records.
The administration and redevelopment of the Surrey Infantry Museum has moved to the Surrey History Centre in Woking. In the meantime, see the museum as it was before the fire came.
The Spike is a unique example of an Edwardian casual ward. Built to house vagrants and casual workers, it was once part of the larger Guildford Union Workhouse site.
The Hockey Museum (THM) tells the fascinating story of the sport of hockey. Based in Woking, it is the world’s only museum of hockey, actively celebrating, preserving and researching its rich history.
The Lightbox gallery and museum in Woking is one of the most exciting cultural spaces in the South East. Purpose-designed by architects Marks Barfield to be fully accessible to all visitors - three stunning galleries host a huge range of exhibitions, changing regularly.
The Museum tells the story of army medicine and healthcare, human and animal, from the English Civil War to the current day as Army Medical Services personnel continue to serve across the globe as part of the British Army.