The Museum of British Surfing has what is believed to be the largest and most comprehensive public collection of surfboards and related memorabilia in Europe. Our aim is to collect and preserve at least one example from each British shaper. We hold foreign-made surfboards if they have an important connection with British surfing and the development of the sport. We aim to hold copies of all published print media, magazines, books, advertisements and movies. We also aim to chart the development of surf related accessories from wetsuits to fins, leashes, wax, toys and associated memorabilia.
As a registered charity our collection is held in trust for the public to enjoy. If you would like to donate to our collection, please get in touch with us.