Visit the school house at the Museum of Surrey. 

Anniedale School was moved in the summer of 2018 to its new permanent home at the Museum of Surrey. It will undergo restoration and open in spring 2019 as a heritage experience where school programs will run.

The developing cultural site is already home to Anderson Cabin and will soon also house the 1881 Town Hall.

With the 1912 Municipal Hall, now home to the Surrey Archives, just across the plaza, the location will provide residents the opportunity to visit various heritage buildings all at once.

The video above shows the September 6, 2018 move of the heritage building.

Heritage Area: Anniedale

Site #: 21

Location: Museum of Surrey 17710 56A Avenue, Surrey

Registered: June 3, 1997

Significance: Historical

Description: Single rectangular box layout with plain double hung ribbon windows. One of the first schools in Surrey, built c. 1899, and the oldest still standing, originally at 96 Ave and 184 St, used until 1954 and moved in 1975. Protected by Heritage Designation By-law, 1986, No. 8579 (PDF). Listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.