Salvation Army heritage around the world

The International Heritage Centre holds archives, books and objects relating to The Salvation Army's work worldwide. 

However, many other Salvation Army territories have their own museums, heritage centres, archives and digital collections which take a closer look at their local Salvation Army histories. You can find links to these sites here.

Australia & New Zealand

Salvation Army Museum Australia (Melbourne and Sydney, Australia)

Historical Society (Australia)

Heritage Centre & Archives (New Zealand)


Frelsens Hærs museum (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Salvation Army Museum / Leger des Heils Museum (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Bootheum Digital Archive (Sweden)

Musee & Archives / Museum & Archiv (Bern, Switzerland)

North America

Canada & Bermuda Territory Archives & Museum (Toronto, Canada)

USA Central Territory Museum (Chicago, IL, USA)

Heritage Museum USA East (West Nyack, NY, USA)

USA Southern Territory Historical Center Online Catalog (Atlanta, GA, USA)

Museum of the West Online Collections Database (Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, USA)

Salvation Army USA National Archives Online Catalog (select ‘anonymous-user login’ under ‘Public Catalog’ to access the catalog)

International Heritage Centre resources

Explore our online resources, including our digitised collections and subject guides.

International Heritage Centre

Telling the story of The Salvation Army from its origins in the 1860s to today.

William Booth Birthplace Museum

Visit the birthplace of our founder, William Booth, and learn more about his life.


Learn about more places where you can find our records and archives.