Amberley on the South Downs Way, with its Sussex thatched cottages, country pubs and tearooms, a church and majestic castle ruins, is a beautiful country village that overlooks the important Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Amberley Wildbrooks wetland area. Amberley is also an excellent place to see the working industrial and transport heritage of the South East, with direct access from the station to the industrial heritage Amberley Working Museum & Heritage Centre.
Amberley is a Community Rail Station
Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre
A wonderful industrial museum set in the South Downs National Park. Traditional craftspeople, free narrow-gauge railway and histori bus service. A range of exhibits, nature trails, restaurant and more, with over 30 special events held throughout the year.
South Downs National Park
With over 3,300 km of paths, the South Downs National Park offers a diverse, breath-taking landscape. Its green rolling pastures, wide open spaces, ancient woodlands, river valleys and dramatic coastline truly encompass the National Park ethos. Amberley, Arundel and Pulborough stations offer unparalleled access to walks and bike rides, wildlife and heritage.
Bignor Roman villa
The stunning remains of a Roman home and farm with world-class mosaic floors in the heart of the South Downs National Park. Stop by at the souvenir shop and tearoom.
Community Rail Information