The museum was founded in 1979 by the Southern Industrial History Centre Trust and has previously been known as the Amberley Working Museum, Amberley Chalk Pits Museum or plain Amberley Museum. It is a 36-acre (146,000 m2) open-air museum, next to Amberley railway station, dedicated to the industrial heritage of South East England and with a special interest in aspects of the history of communications and transport.
There are a large number of exhibitions and buildings to explore, including a replica Southdown bus garage and related vehicles. A vintage bus service operates around the site throughout the season.
New Barn Road, Amberley,
Near Arundel, West Sussex
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