1. Ride one of the historic buses to explore the Museum
    A great family day out in Sussex.

Christmas at Amberley Museum
1st & 2nd, 8th & 9th, 15th & 16th December

Open from 10am to 5pm, you can explore our 36 acre site and all our festive activities.  Visit our market stalls in the barn and other exhibits, enjoy children’s crafts and take part in our family Christmas trail.  Standard admission for our Christmas weekends:  Adults £10, Children £8, Under 4’s and Members visit for Free.

Father Christmas is visiting us on these special weekends, where you can ride our Christmas express train to visit him in our 19th century train ticket office.  You will be taken in to meet Father Christmas where he will be reading the children a special Christmas story, and then handing out their presents by name. 

Tickets for Father Christmas are pre-book only and available now from the link below.  Adults £10, Children £16 Under 4’s are £8. (to include your museum entrance ticket). 
Adult members are free, Child members £8.

This year Father Christmas will be arriving early each day to have breakfast with families from 9.00am in the cafe. This breakfast sitting is pre-book only and spaces are limited this includes your cooked breakfast, at £7 per adult and £5 per child.

Father Christmas tickets for the
15th & 16th have now sold out! 
Tickets are still available for the
1st, 2nd, 8th & 9th December.  

Tickets to visit Father Christmas
Summer fundraising campaign
The time has now come when Peter is in need of boiler repairs and a full service, with costs expecting to reach up to £40,000.

Please visit our JustGiving site for more information and to donate,  Help us see Peter back in steam on our narrow gauge railway.
Donate via JustGiving 

Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre is set in a 36 acre site in the South Downs National Park.
Dedicated to the industrial heritage of the South East, exhibits include a narrow-gauge railway and bus service
(both provide free nostalgic travel around the site).

Connected Earth Telecommunications Hall, Milne Electricity Hall, Printing Workshop and much more.
The Museum is also home to traditional craftspeople, such as the blacksmith and potter.