Amberley Museum is a 36-acre site 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 covering everything from vintage vehicles to communications to electrical goods to crafts and nature trails to rides on a narrow-gauge railway and historic buses. The museum also hosts a year round programme of regular events from Steampunk to family picnics to James Bond themed weekends. A team of some 200 active volunteers, many of whom worked in the industries represented at the Museum, help to look after the exhibits and interact with visitors.
Amberley Museum is a registered charity and an accredited independent museum that was founded in 1978. The Museum is located next to Amberley railway station near Arundel and is close to major access roads in West Sussex. . The Limeburners café on site serves hot and cold food. Dogs are welcome on a lead.