This report introduces an oral history archive in the United Kingdom (UK), a countrythat is advanced in the study of oral historyand in related research. I visited the Centrefor the Study of the Production of the BuiltEnvironment in the UK that had oral historyrecords pertaining to building workersʼ stories (Constructing post-war Britain: 1950-70).The staffs had knowledge on how to manage and exhibit oral documents. I interviewed a staff member of these archives and attended some exhibitions on oral history. This paper presents my report on my investigations. It is likely that this report will offer valuable information onways of collecting, safekeeping, and exhibiting oral history, which will be useful for Japanese oral historians.