To support your visit with us at The Lightbox, there are various ways that you can explore the Heritage Collection and all of our Art Exhibitions by using any of the below to enhance your visit.

Sensory Bags

You can find our Sensory bags in the Make and Play area and the Upper Gallery on the Second floor to assist with any sensory needs whilst walking around the galleries. Please make sure it goes back to its place, so that others can use it.

You can find out more about our accessibility here.

Make and Play area

You can find it at the top of the stairs on the 2nd floor.

We have plenty of space for you to sit and read a book, either with our book bags or just on their own. You can play with pattern with our big pattern board or create your own sculpture out of everyday objects. Plenty to do to keep everyone happy on a visit with us.

Woking's Story

We have 2 trails that take you around Heritage of Woking in our History Gallery. Pick one or both up in the gallery or you can download these before your visit.

Puzzle Trail

Train Trail

Art Cart

You can also do some self led play around the galleries whilst you are here.

Our NEW Art Cart, designed by Plaey is full of fun activities you can do whenever we are open to the public.

Everyday Muslim Heritage Trail

Everyday Muslim have produced Britain’s first ever Muslim heritage trail. It incorporates three key sites in the county of Surrey; the country’s first purpose-built mosque, the Shah Jahan, the very first burial site dedicated to Muslim soldiers, the Peace Garden and Britain’s first Muslim cemetery at Brookwood Cemetery. The trail also has a cemetery walk that identifies some of Brookwood’s most famous Muslim burials including the great Qur’an translator Marmaduke Pickthall and one of Britain’s first Muslim peers, Lord Headley. You can find out more about them here.

Download #1 Trail – The Woking Trail

Download #2 Trail – The Muslim Cemetery Walk