Visit the Archives to access thousands of records with the help of friendly staff.
Your Research Needs Answered
Friendly and knowledgeable staff are available onsite five days a week. Whether you are a researcher, a student or a resident with a burning local history question, the archives are yours to use for free.
Hours and Location
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 3pm. Contact the Archives at 604-502-6459 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
17671 - 56 Avenue
Surrey BC, V3S 1C9
Benefits of Researching Onsite
Don a pair of archival gloves and delve into the past! Archives staff will streamline your research experience by consulting digitized in-house records and reference files dating back to the late 1800s. While you are here, you may also:
View original records
Browse our large reference library collection containing over 1,000 titles focused on local history
Listen to recorded interviews with Surrey residents as they reminisce about life, work and play
Leaf through council minutes and newspaper to track local developments
Consult the Map Collection, some of which are too large or fragile to be digitized for viewing digitally at home