Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre, Arundel

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  • Access to the working museum is via a car park adjacent to Amberley Station. If you are interested in the many attractions, then best to visit on an "event" day, and expect to spend a full day here at...  more »
  • We returned after a few years and were pleasantly surprised that there were a number of changes. We especially enjoyed chatting to the woodturners. The ride in the train is always a good experience, a...  more »
  • We visited on a warm summer's day and spent far longer than we expected walking around the huge site and looking in all buildings with their various displays. So many things to see! Volunteers demonst...  more »
  • Fab day out !!!. Lovely location. Take a pucnic in the summer months. Open school holidays during spring at reduced price... Warning take a few pounds in change for pottery and little voluntary donations for printing childrens names etc. Very education . Demonstrations of old crafts ... awesome place .. Its next to railway station so ideal if you cant drive !!!
  • The most magical place. Lots of activities, a place of lots of fun and happiness. A truely inspiring place for everyone
  • Just got home from such a lovely day out here, there is so much for you to do and our 3yr old loved it so it's great for those with children. The weather was lovely, staff are so friendly especially a lady called Ann Fisher our daughter loved her and this lovely lady let our daughter be the flag waver for the train every time we went on. Absolutely stunning place. Defo a place to visit.
  • Different and quirky museum enriched by the team of friendly and helpful volunteers. Going there is akin to going down a Super Mario pipe - it feels like a different world lost in the quarry valley. Lots of interactive exhibits make for entertained kids.
  • Had a great day out here something for everyone to enjoy, and very reasonably priced admission when compared with big company attractions. Particularly enjoyed my inexpensive lunch of Freshly homemade Chicken and Bacon pie delicious