Discover local and international stories in the Museum of Surrey’s exhibition galleries. See what's on now!

Current Exhibitions

kid at everything is still awesome exhibit
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Everything is Still Awesome

An exhibit in partnership with VLC (Vancouver's Community for Adult Fans of LEGO®).


 

Indigenous Hall

The Indigenous Hall is a space of gathering, storytelling and exhibition that is governed by se’mya’me (Semiahmoo) First Nation, q̓ʷɑ:n̓ƛ̓ən̓ (Kwantlen) First Nation and q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie) First Nation. 

All exhibitions are displayed with their approval.

Explore the Indigenous Hall

Image from Our Living Languages

Community Treasures

A space where Surrey-based groups and individuals can share their stories. See what's on, or explore past exhibitions.

Discover Community Treasures

Dilber Mann with items from his collection

Heritage Campus

Take an educational virtual tour of Surrey's heritage hub. 

Dating from 1872 to present, it is a centralized illustration of Surrey's history and it's resources for citizens to explore.

Take a digital tour of the Heritage Campus

Heritage Campus at Dusk

Surrey Stories Gallery

The City's past is yours to explore in this gallery full of displays both historic and contemporary. With a range of topics from farming to first responders and even a 1950s living room, the gallery touches all walks of life. Hear the shuffle of a vintage billboard and even smell the newsprint on a local press from days gone by.

Learn more about Surrey Stories

Museum of Surrey stories gallery

Photo Mural Project

Displayed on the wall along the staircase, the 46 feet by 15 feet mural showcases Surrey and its many faces. A true community collaboration, the mural features over 2,000 photos submitted by members of the public. Historic Surrey photos are also included.

See more about the Mural Project

Photo Mural Project Exhibit

 

Travelling Exhibit: BEES!

Created in partnership by MOS and the Honeybee Centre, BEES! is now available for rent by interested museums.

The interactive exhibit inspires respect for this sophisticated insect and shows how bee health is an indicator of the health of the whole environment. 

Take a virtual tour to see the exhibit set up at MOS.

Contact museum@surrey.ca to inquire about rental.

A bee approaches a flower

Past Exhibitions

Indigenous art at museum of surrey
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#HOPEANDHEALINGCANADA

By Métis installation artist Tracey-Mae Chambers.

connecting generations exhibit
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Connecting Generations: Legacy Project

A collaboration with City of Surrey Age Friendly Strategy and Surrey Intercultural Seniors Social Inclusion Partnership.

Weaving cultural identities exhibit
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Weaving Cultural Identities

Inspiration from local prayer rugs.