Surrey Heath Museum

Surrey Heath Museum’s existing site at Surrey Heath House has now closed.  

Surrey Heath Museum and  Gallery, 33 Obelisk Street, Camberley

 Since the 1930s,  Surrey Heath Museum has been supported by the local unitary authority,  with display areas in the council offices and annual programmes of  events, exhibitions and outreach.  After 80 years of this association, Surrey Heath Museum is finally moving into Camberley town centre -  Heritage Gallery, 33 Obelisk Street, Camberley (opposite Argos). We have been invited by Surrey Heath Archaeology and Heritage Trust and Surrey Heath Museum Action Group to have a permanent display on  the ground floor of the Heritage Gallery and create an exhibition area, local history displays, shop and open access research area.   The heritage gallery is  moving to the top floor with displays from the area’s local societies.  It is a very exciting time for Surrey Heath Museum and Heritage Services as we refocus our displays and the outreach we offer and create this unique local  heritage hub.  Come along and visit the new museum and gallery and discover the local societies on offer,  the heritage of your area,  take part in our events programme and find out about  ‘What Lies Beneath’ Surrey Heath in our temporary exhibition (30th June to 22nd September).  We will be open Tues to Sat 11 to 4.30 from Saturday 30th June, admission free.   Our programme of events will include walks, talks, children’s activities, plus a programme of events for the Heritage Open Weekends in early September.  You can find out more by visiting - www.surreyheath.gov.uk or email us museum@surreyheath.gov.uk (telephone number to follow). 

WHATEVER YOUR AGE COME AND BE PART OF SOMETHING TRULY HISTORIC!

 

You can still contact the Heritage Team via email -  museum@surreyheath.gov.uk and telephone (01276) 707284, Wednesday to Friday, 10 to 5,  outside of these hours via appointment only.

Contact Us

Surrey Heath Museum
Knoll Road
Camberley
Surrey
GU15 3HD

Tel: 01276 707284

museum@surreyheath.gov.uk
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