Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre is set in a 36 acre site 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.
On Saturday 23rd May and Sunday 24th May Amberley Museum will throw open its doors to the local population of West Sussex giving special 2 for 1 entry covering postcodes BN44, RH20, BN18 – Steyning, Storrington, Arundel areas (proof of residence will be required)
providing the local population a chance to find out about their local industrial museum.
A steam train will run up and down the site, a bus can take you on a guided tour and volunteers and craftsmen will talk about and demonstrate their exhibits.
Local organisations will be invited to attend the day/days and perhaps advertise or sell to the customers.
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The Museum will also be open to the general public on these days at the standard rates.