Our 4 favourite heritage buildings
- In our opinion, nothing beats a visit to the Historic Stewart Farm on a sunny afternoon. Glimpse Surrey’s past and take in the gorgeous natural surroundings.
- The Kensington Prairie Community Centre was originally an elementary school built in 1914. This City-run community centre has a special focus on early learning.
- The Boothroyd House, c. 1875, is one of the earliest Surrey houses. It has been lovingly converted into a Wired Monk coffee house, another reason for its popularity among staff.
- We may be a little biased, but we love the 1912 Municipal Hall which houses the Surrey Archives and Heritage Services admin staff. Stop by for a visit to see the building and learn more about Surrey’s history.
Heritage Services have reopened and welcome you to visit their facilities and learn more about our city's past, present and future.
Search the Surrey Archives collection of photographs, maps and documents and the Surrey Museum artifact collection.
Experience Surrey's history through virtual tours and heritage storyboards.
Heritage is what we inherit from the past, value in the present, and plan to preserve for the future in Surrey.
Learn how we evaluate, recognize and protect our built, natural and cultural heritage in Surrey.