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James Bond at Amberley

1 September 2024

Did you know that Amberley Museum was one of the main filming locations for the 1985 James Bond Film ‘A View to a Kill’?

In September 1984 locations across Amberley Museum’s old Chalk Pits and Quarry Tunnel were transformed into the fictional Main Strike Mine and objects from the Museum’s collection took on starring roles in the film.

To find out more join us for a day celebrating the Museum’s role in the production of a ‘A View to a Kill’.

More info coming soon.

Please pre-book tickets to avoid disappointment.

Date & Times

1 September 2024 

Usual opening times: 10am – 4:30pm

Prices

Museum General Admission.

Train and bus rides are included for no extra cost.

Why Pre-book Tickets?

Pre-booking is recommended to avoid disappointment as tickets (including Member tickets) often sell out on these busy days.

Extra Information

Amberley Museum is located in the heart of the South Downs National Park. Often referred to as multiple museums in one, the Museum has over 20 exhibition areas.

The Limeburners Cafe will be open for lunches and snacks, ice creams and hot drinks are also available. There are also outdoor picnic areas.

Well behaved dogs on short leads are welcome.

All activities are subject to change.

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New Barn Road,
Amberley,
Near Arundel,
West Sussex,
BN18 9LT

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office@amberleymuseum.co.uk

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