Amberley Museum - Children activity days

Annual Fund

Education activities
Our year-round education activities and programme of events enable people to explore the diverse buildings and exhibits and participate in hands-on interactive activities across the 36-acre site, including over 3,000 school children every year.

Amberley Museum brings to life the unique story of working life in the South East from 150 years ago to present day. We provide year-round educational activities including our popular journey’s workshop and ingenious inventions over the ages and loan boxes for use in schools and groups off-site.

We also run successful Toddler Tuesdays bringing the museum visitors of the future into the museum for storytelling and simple activities based on our collections.

How to support us
If you would like to donate to our Annual Fund to support these priority projects you can do so via our JustGiving web page by cliking the logo below: 

Alternatively, you can send us a cheque, made out to 'Amberley Museum' to our postal address: Station Road, Amberley, Near Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9LT

If you are a UK taxpayer please do Gift Aid. 

Many thanks for your support.


Please contact our office

Telephone: 01798 831370

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Amberley Museum - The Base

The Museum currently receives very little external support and its finances are dependent on the income generated from visitors.

In 2016 over 45,000 people, including over 3,000 school children, visited the Museum or attended events run on the site. The income this generates is sufficient to cover the Museum’s annual running costs and day to day maintenance needs. It doesn’t allow for larger capital works and refurbishments or the development of our education work.

Each year we look at which areas of the Museum are most in need of additional funding for maintenance and development.  We are currenlty looking to improve the educational facilities on site to allow us to further to develop what we can offer to our local schools and community.​​


Amberley Museum - Inside the Base