Phone Number: 01798 831370
Website: Visit the Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre website.
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Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre is a 36 acre attraction, originally the site of a chalk pit, about the industrial history of the South East region.
Located in the South Downs National Park, the centre includes historic buildings some moved from other locations, such as a lime kiln, an engine house, a Brickyard drying shed and the Fairmile Cafe built in 1939. There are also telecommunications exhibits featuring telephone, radio and telegraph related historical items, the Energy Electricity Hall, a Roads and Road making museum, a collection of narrow-gauge railway locomotives and a hand tools exhibition to see. You can get around using the Narrow gauge railway and bus rides and there are traditional craft workshops to visit. The site also has some Nature trails you can follow.
- Free car parking. Gift shop.
- The Limeburners Restaurant serves cream teas, meals and snacks.
- Dogs welcome on a lead.
- Please visit the Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre website for opening hours.
Ticket Prices - Standard:
- First Adult (16 to 59) - £12.50
- Additional Adult/Adult (60+) - £11.50
- First Child (aged 4 to 15 inc) - £7.00
- Additional Child (aged 4 to 15 inc) - £6.00
- Carers, children ages 0-3 and dogs are all welcome free of charge.
Prices and opening hours correct as at October 2018.
Before you start your journey to Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre and Park for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.
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