Learning and fun at Amberley Museum

Learning and fun at Amberley Museum Learning and fun at Amberley Museum
Visitors to Amberley Museum in the South Downs National Park can share the magic and intrigue of the past with a ride on vintage buses and trains, learning about the industrial heritage of the south east and see history in the making with a fascinating selection of resident craftspeople working to traditional methods including a stained glass maker, potter, blacksmith and walking stick maker.

Open every Wednesday to Sunday from 21 March to 4 November including bank holidays, the 36-acre site offers a range of undercover exhibits including the Connected Earth telecommunication display, electricity hall, print workshop and railway exhibition hall. There is a restaurant on site, gift shop, picnic areas and nature trails.

Throughout the year the museum holds more than 20 special events. Guided tours and behind-the-scenes tours are available for groups on request and coach drivers receive a free meal ticket with free coach parking.