Surrey Heath Museum

LogoSurrey Heath Museum is a local museum telling the stories of the area’s past – covering the Stone Age, Iron Age, Roman times, Medieval Surrey Heath, Early Transportation, Highwayman, Coaching Inns, The Royal Military College, the Area’s Agricultural and Horticultural past, the Development of Camberley and much more It opened in the 1930s and the original collections were donated by the first curator George Poulter; since that date they have grown and cover both the areas unique past and the modern history of Surrey Heath. The museum also holds paintings by Percy Harland Fisher (1865-1944) and George Kenner (1888-1971), plus a specialist collection on the work of George Edward Lodge (artist, naturalist and falconer (1860-1954)). Click on the links below to find out more.

Click here to visit the Surrey Heath Museum webpages where there is more information about opening times, events and exhibitions.

2 thoughts on “Surrey Heath Museum”

  1. Debbie Payne says:

    Is it possible to view old photographs from West End on line?

    1. Gill Riding says:

      Hello Debbie

      Many thanks for your enquiry. We have some digitalised images I can send you, however, most of the material is actual photographs. Please email [email protected] and we will get back to you with more information.

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