Amberley Museum is a 36 acre open-air site set in the South Downs National...
Amberley Museum is a 36 acre open-air site set in the South Downs National Park dedicated to the industrial heritage of the south east. Take a ride around the Museum on the narrow gauge railway and historic bus.
Exhibits include the telecommunications hall, electricity hall, working printshop, lime kilns, road steam engines, radio and TV exhibition, stationary engines and more. The Museum is also home to traditional craftspeople, such as the woodturners, wheelwrights and blacksmith, with a cafe, gift shop, nature trails and numerous picnic areas.
The Museum hosts a number of events ranging from children's activity days to classic vehicle shows and the ever-popular ale festival. Please see our website for a full list.
We open from mid-March to the end of October, seven days a week during West Sussex school holidays and on Bank Holidays, otherwise Wednesday to Sunday. Again please see our website for full details.
We have a large free carpark and are right next to Amberley railway station. There's always lots to see, in good weather and in bad!