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Museum & Heritage Centre

Amberley Museum showcases and preserves the rural, transport, industrial and communications history of the south of England, on a 36 acre site, for the learning and enjoyment of today’s visitors and future generations


Amberley Village Pottery

The Amberley Pottery makes country pottery for the table and all domestic use, with 'one off' pieces made to order for special occasions and personal collections.


Amberley  - St Michael's Church

St Michael's is the largest of the four churches that serve the tiny parishes of Amberley, Greatham, Parham and Wiggonholt in the Wildbrooks Benefice of West Sussex. St Michael’s, serves the village of Amberley, and the building itself dates to around 1100AD. The church website provides a virtual tour and audio guide.


Amberley  Wildbrooks


RSPB Pulborough Brooks

The RSPB reserve forms part of the Arun Valley Special Protection Area (SPA) near the South Downs, extending across a broad sweep of undisturbed wet grassland, intersected with wildlife-rich ditches and surrounded by woodlands.