Place Category: Museums & Heritage Sites
Museum of Surrey, located at 17710 56A Avenue in Cloverdale, is owned and operated by the City of Surrey. Located on the Heritage Campus in Cloverdale, the museum includes a main building with feature gallery, TD Explore Zone, Indigenous Hall, Textile Centre and Surrey Stories Gallery.
Three heritage buildings are located on the east side of the museum – 1881 Town Hall, Anniedale School (1891) and the 1872 Anderson Cabin. Included on the Heritage Campus is the Surrey Archives and Cloverdale Library with Veterans Square situated on a plaza at the centre.
Our mission is to ignite young imaginations and connect Surrey’s diverse citizens and communities. We contribute to community life by celebrating Surrey’s past, present and future through innovative, dynamic and delightful learning, storytelling, and creating shared experiences.
Exhibits are offered throughout the year that focus on the people of Surrey, community partners, current affairs and fun, interactive learning. Exhibitions and programs always relate to the residents of Surrey with subject matter that includes Indigenous learning, immigration, Surrey’s diverse communities, and sustainability.
Programs offered at the museum include various education programming, registered public programs, special events and textile programs.
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Entrance by donation. Admission sponsored by Friends of the Surrey Museum Society