Trace the history of military nursing, army medicine, veterinary and dental care from 1660 to the present day at this fascinating museum. Spine-chilling surgical instruments, army branding irons, gas masks and an iron lung display ensure this visit is not easily forgotten.
"A museum of the local history of Ash, Ash Green, Ash Vale and Tongham."   This small yet intimate museum includes collections of pottery, trophies and historic pictures of the local area. 
"Small museum display in centre interpreting the history and wildlife of the canal."  Basingstoke Canal runs for 32 miles from Greywell Village in Hampshire to Woodham in Surrey. It holds many different surprises such as flights of locks, the lakes and flashes near Mytchett or the rolling fields and picturesque cottages near Odiham.
Overshadowed by the trees of a Victorian park, Bourne Hall Museum has a collection of over 5000 items. From the Hansom Cab of a Prime Minister to Toys, Cameras, Medical items and old costumes, there will be something of interest for everyone. There are plenty of events all year round and our museum club meets every second Saturday for many exiting activities.
The birthplace of British motor sport and aviation and home of Concorde, with Displays of aircraft, cars motorcycles and Bicycles from over eight decades of engineering and technological achievement. Take the Concorde experience, visit original buildings and landmarks, enjoy the London Bus museum, an F1 Simulator, café, Discovery Centre and many of our events and activities for all ages 
Byfleet Heritage Society displays the history, natural history and other aspects of life in Byfleet and its locality. One of its prime features was the Vickers and Hawker factory at Brooklands nearby, which employed over 14,000 people.
Chertsey Museum is set in a beautiful regency town house. It features the outstanding Olive Mathews collection of dress and textiles and other collections including Runnymede social history and Greek pottery. School sessions, workshops, exhibitions and a lively programme of events and activities for all ages are held throughout the year.
The small but regular updated displays of items of local history and local interest, artefacts from local sources, superb collection of old photographs and drawings and plenty of local genealogy information. 
The Crafts Study Centre is a charity created by artist-makers and educators to protect the best of modern British crafts. The centre is home to an internationally famous collection of modern and contemporary craft. Collections include modern and contemporary calligraphy, ceramics, textiles, furniture and wood as well as makers diaries, working notes, photographs dating from the 1920’s and the research library, which is open by appointment.
Housed in a Victorian flint building, the collection includes archaeology, local and social history and geology. A part from permanent East Surrey gallery, the exhibitions change regularly, so there is always something new to see.
The newly refurbished Dorking museum is a treasure trove that tells the story of Dorking, the surrounding villages, the landscape and local residents of note. It is illustrated with agricultural, tourist and domestic artefacts, costume, paintings and fossils. Our large collection of local books, photographs maps and local records are excellent for research. 
A local history museum covering Egham, Egham Hythe, Virginia Water, Englefield Green and Thorpe. Displays include Magna Carta, Thomas Holloway, his collage and sanatorium and Egham during wartime. The museum has a new temporary exhibition every four months, extensive resources for researchers and a wide range of local history publications for sale. 
Exciting exhibits of archaeology, natural history, costume and social history objects across the ages. Photograps, maps and books are availablefor local studies. There are excellent hands-on exhibitis for children, including an activity corner which allows children to dress up and guess what is in the ‘feely box’
"The collection contains artefacts that demonstrate the evolution of fire-fighting and fire precautions; ranging from the early days of organised fire brigades through to the present day. These relate to all forms of the civic, private and industrial brigades in the historic County of Surrey' As for other information, had a look on the icons on your site and those that are applicable are''  
"Local history of Godalming and surrounding area also Gertrude Jekyll, Edwin Lutyens and other personalities." 
Guildford House Gallery is a grade I listed building from 1660 with many original features and offering a mixed programme of temporary exhibitions and events throughout the year including its own collection, touring exhibitions and local groups. There is a café, courtyard and gift shop selling quality craftwork from local artists.
Guildford museum is a beautiful 17th century building next to the castle grounds. The archaeology shows life in Surrey from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages. Our local history gallery displays Guildford crafts and industries, together with sections on Lewis Carroll and Gertrude Jekyll. Special exhibitions and events run throughout the year and there are quizzes and an art corner for children.
Hatchlands Park was built by the architect, Robert Adam in the 1750s for Admiral Edward Boscawen. On display is the Cobbe Collection, Europe’s largest collection of keyboard instruments associated with famous composers including Bach, Chopin and Elgar. With over 400 acres of parkland providing six waymarked walks. Hatchlands is one of the largest country estates surrounding Greater London. You can also see a formal garden designed by Gertrude Jekyll.
The museum features innovative displays relating to the history of Farnham and its environs. The museum has won several awards including European Museum of the Year Award. The spacious garden gallery often features art exhibitions.