Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre is set in a 36 acre site set in the South Downs National Park.
Dedicated to the industrial heritage of the South East, exhibits include a narrow-gauge railway and bus service (both provide free nostalgic travel around the site), Connected Earth Telecommunications Hall, Milne Electricity Hall, Printing Workshop and much more.
The Museum is also home to traditional craftspeople, such as the blacksmith and potter.
Coming up soon
Spring Industrial Trains Day & Commercial Vehicle Gathering
Sunday 26th April
The first opportunity this year to see narrow gauge petrol, diesel, electric and steam locomotives in glorious motion.
We will also have a display of around 50 commercial vehicles, varying from smaller light Austins to larger Bedford lorries.
It's not too late to enter a vehicle for the show,
Vintage, Veteran & Classic
Sunday 3rd May
On Sunday 3rd May, around 200 vintage motorcycles will be on display at Amberley Museum, showcasing their history and style. A real treat for all bike fans.
Wednesdays during the school holidays
Events are held on some Saturdays and most Sundays during the season
Exhibition Halls include a Print Shop, Fire, Bus and Rail Halls, Radio, Electricity, Telecoms and Roadmaking
The first area reached on entering the Museum, with a representative 1950s feel
Steam Up Day - Monday 25th May
The Steam Crane in the Woodyard, in operation several times each year
On Event & other days, in the Bodgers camp
"Murphy" is a recent addition to the collection of Road Rollers at the Museum