Archaeology Centre - Surrey Heath Archaeology & Heritage Trust
Surrey Heath Archaeology and Heritage Trust, 4-10 London Road
Bagshot GU19 5HN
We hold extensive collections of borderware pottery, clay pipes and coins. All the collections are available for viewing at the centre.
Basingstoke Canal Visitors Centre
Mychett Place Road
Mychett GU16 6DD
The Basingstoke Canal is declared by many to be Britain's most beautiful waterway. From the rolling North Hampshire hills to the dramatic flights of locks in Surrey, the tree-lined canal offers a variety of delights.
Brooklands Museum Trust Limited, Brooklands Road
Weybridge KT13 0QN
Brooklands was the first purpose-built motor racing circuit in the world in 1907. It was also one of the most prolific aircraft production sites in Europe, with over 18,500 aircraft built or assembled at Brooklands by companies such as Vickers, Hawker, BAC and British Aerospace. Collections: The 30 acre Museum site displays a wide range of Brooklands- related motoring and aviation exhibits reflecting many great engineering and technological acievements throughout the 20th century. These range from the 1933, 24-litre Napier-Railton racing car to a Wellington Bomber recovered from Loch Ness; a unique collection of Vickers/BAC-built aircraft and the only Concorde publically accessible in the South East.
Clandon Park - National Trust
Guildford GU4 7RQ
Grand 18th-century Palladian mansion: * Two-storey White Marble Hall * Superb collection of Chinese, Meissen and S??vres Porcelain * Home to the Queens' Royal Surrey Regiment Museum.
Farnham Castle Keep - English Heritage
Farnham GU9 0AG
The impressive motte and shell keep of a castle founded in 1138 by Bishop Henry of Blois. Long a residence of the wealthy bishops of Winchester, the accommodation in the keep was updated in the 1520s.
Gatwick Aviation Museum
Vallance By Ways, Lowfield Heath Road
Charlwood, Nr. Gatwick Airport RH6 0BT
This aviation museum has a unique collection of British Aircraft from the 'golden age' of British aircraft manufacture. From the end of WWII until the 1970s British aircraft designers produced some of the most innovative and advanced aircraft of the day.
Guildford GU1 3SX
The Great Tower is now open after extensive renovation, including new floors and a roof which has made the building more accessible to visitors. The Tower contains a model of the original castle circa 1300, and interpretation panels tracing its history to the present day.
Guildford GU2 7UP
Guildford Cathedral is the mother church of the Diocese of Guildford, covering 500 square miles of Surrey, north east Hampshire, the London Borough of Kingston and a part of West Sussex. With a seating capacity of 1000, the cathedral provides both focus and resource for the whole community, a venue for concerts, art and education, a place of pilgrimage, as well as stillness, prayer and daily choral worship.
Guildford GU1 3SX
The museum was founded in 1898 and now houses the largest collection of archaeology, local history and needlework in Surrey.
Hampton Court Palace
East Molesey KT8 9AU
Hampton Court Palace was home to some of England's most famous kings and queens from Henry VIII (1509-47), its first royal resident, to George II (1727-60), its last. With 500 years worth of history to explore, Hampton Court Palace has been divided into a series of historical routes which help to explain how the palace was used when it was occupied by the monarch.
Hatchlands Park - National Trust
Guildford GU4 7RT
18th-century mansion with Adam interiors and collection of keyboard instruments, set in parkland.
Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park
Richmond TW10 5HX
Our charity collects and preserves the unique heritage of Richmond Park, the largest of London's Royal Parks, for all to enjoy. We have a diverse range of heritage material covering the last four centuries, with some 2,500 items including antique prints, paintings, maps, postcards, photographs, documents, books and press cuttings.
Homewood, The - National Trust
Esher KT10 9JL
20th-century Modernist house and garden. The house and landscape garden, designed by architect Patrick Gwynne, reflect the style and ethos of the Modern Movement.
Leith Hill - National Trust
Dorking RH5 6LY
Woodland and open heath with Leith Hill Tower commanding extensive views. The highest point in south-east England, the hill is crowned by an 18th-century Gothic tower, with panoramic views northwards to London and the English Channel to the south.
Museum of Farnham
38 West Street
Farnham GU9 7DX
Farnham is a town of outstanding Georgian architecture and a designated town of craft with a lively and artistic atmosphere. The museum aims to reflect this in a varied programme of exhibitions and events for adults and children alike.
Oakhurst Cottage - National Trust
nr Godalming GU8 4HF
Small 16th-century timber-framed cottage: * Restored and furnished as a simple labourer's dwelling * Fascinating artefacts reflecting 4 centuries of occupation * Delightful gardens with typical Victorian plants.
Polesden Lacey - National Trust
Polesden Lacey, Nr. Great Bookham
Dorking RH5 6BD
Nestled in the Surrey Hills, Polesden offers the perfect opportunity to unwind. Mrs Greville, an ambitious Edwardian hostess, chose it as the ideal place for entertaining and relaxing with friends.
Reigate Hill & Gatton Park - National Trust
Reigate Hill, Wray Lane
Reigate RH2 0HX
This stretch of the North Downs is good walking country with flower-sprinkled grasslands and quiet shady woods. Sitting proud at the top of the Hill is the 19th-century Reigate Fort.
Royal Logistic Corps Museum
The Princess Royal Barracks, Newfoundland Road, Deepcut
Camberley GU16 6SQ
The museum tells the story of British Army logistics from the 15th century to the present day. Exhibits include weapons, uniforms, medals and equipment relevant to the RLC (formed 1993)and its predecessors, whose collections are also held.
Rural Life Centre
Old Kiln Museum Trust, Reeds Road, Tilford
Farnham GU10 2DL
The collection documents the changes in rural life over the period between about 1750 and 1960 in an area roughly encompaccing Surrey, east Hampshire, West Sussex and parts of Berkshire. Areas covered include all aspects of domestic and village life including agriculture, crafts and trades.
Shalford Mill - National Trust
nr Guildford GU4 8BS
18th-century watermill with well-preserved machinery. This large timber-framed mill on the River Tillingbourne was given in 1932 by a group of anonymous NT benefactors calling themselves 'Ferguson's Gang'.
Guildford GU1 3HE
The medieval Undercroft on Guildford High Street is one of the finest examples in the country. Dating from the end of the 13th century, this stone vaulted semi-basement is thought to have been a merchant's shop, selling wine or expensive cloths or silk. Undercrofts like this are a feature of towns engaged in the import and export trade, and the merchant who built this Undercroft must have expected to deal with prosperous clients who sought luxury goods.
Guildford GU3 2JR
Wanborough Barn is located just off the A31 between Guildford and Farnham. Built by the Cistercian monks of Waverley Abbey in 1388, the large medieval barn is the most important in Surrey.