Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre

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The Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre near Arundel is comprised of reconstructed period buildings that include bus and train stations and a printing works. The museum features a wide range exhibits that range from old TVs and radios to vintage cars and locomotives.

Our address

New Barn Road, Amberley, West Sussex, BN18 9LT
Telephone (01798) 831370
Admission £10
    Open 15–23 Feb 10am–5pm daily (last entry 3pm); 12 Mar–2 Nov Wed–Sun 10am–5pm (last entry 3pm)

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  • Gayle, 01 Feb 2014

    Such a lot of things to see and do! Good exercise walking round too. Nice to see many of the old-timer skills still in use. Highly recommended.

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  • Filmsquare, 07 Jun 2013

    In A View to a Kill (1985), Max Zorin attempts to blow a 'geological lock' in the San Andreas fault by detonating a bomb in a disused mine. The external scenes were filmed at the Amberley Museum.

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  • Dan, 19 May 2013

    Had a really good day and will definitely return. The tip that I'd leave is:. If you want food in the restaurant be sure to visit early as they stop serving hot food at 14:45 which caught us out.

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  • Curtis, 14 Apr 2012

    No need for wifi or phone signal. Lots of real stuff to see and people to talk to.

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  • Damian, 22 Dec 2010

    Great wifi signal!

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  • Simon, 01 Sep 2010

    Virtually no mobile signal or wifi

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  • Brian, 27 Jul 2010

    Great place to visit

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