• Society excavation at Abinger July 2017
  • Abinger Research Centre
  • SIHG images


We are the foremost charity supporting the study of the archaeology and history of the county of Surrey. We hold regular lectures and conferences, as well as publishing annual Collections and a regular Bulletin.

Find out more about us here.


Weston Wood, Surrey: prehistoric pottery report November 30, 2019

AOC Archaeology have now published an online report on the prehistoric pottery from Weston Wood, Albury, which was excavated by Surrey Archaeological Society in the late 1960s. Written by Michael Russell it analyses the full assemblage from the site.

The Society has an enhanced logo August 9, 2019

The Society's Trustees have approved an enhanced logo, seen here and in the webpage masthead, which is a more legible evolution from our long standing logo which dates back to the early days of the Society.

The official image files can be downloaded from our logo page here.

Our Library open hours have now been extended July 8, 2019

Following the move of our office to the same premises at Abinger Hammer, the open hours of the Library have now been extended as follows:

Monday : 10:00am-4:00pm

Tuesday : 10:00am-2:00pm

Wednesday : 10:00am - 4:00pm

Thursday     : Not open

Friday :   Not open

First Saturday in month : 10:00am-1:00pm


The Society has the best specialist archaeological library in the county, and holds a valuable archive of Surrey material.



The Society has several Special Interest Groups, specialising in certain periods or areas.


The Society publishes several regular journals as well as books about Surrey archaeology and history.


The Society encourages research into the history and archaeology of Surrey.