© Amberley Museum
- Amberley is a thirty-six acre open air museum set in the midst of the beautiful South Downs in West Sussex. It is next to Amberley railway station in the Arun River valley, not far from the historic town of Arundel. With its historic buildings, working exhibits and demonstrations the Museum aims to show how science, technology and industry have affected peoples' lives. Amberley Museum was established in 1979 to preserve the rapidly disappearing industrial history of the south east. Since that time the museum has developed into a major education and research centre, as well as providing an interesting and educational day out. Today the museum houses a number of important collections, supported by libraries and archives. The museum is also home to several self-employed craftspeople who earn their living while demonstrating their craft to our visitors. Every day craftsmen are working, other demonstrations take place and exhibits are in operation. The vintage bus and narrow gauge railway take visitors around the site.