Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre’s current exhibits include a narrow-gauge railway and bus service, Connected Earth Telecommunications Hall, Milne Electricity Hall, Printing Workshop and much more. The Museum is also home to traditional craftspeople and offers daily demonstrations.
Petworth House is a stately mansion nestled in the South Downs. It offers visitors the opportunity to view its fine art collection, including paintings by Van Dyck, Reynolds, Titian and Blake together with classical and neo-classical sculptures. The servants’ quarters, by contrast, offer a glimpse of life ‘below stairs’.
It also has an expansive park landscaped by Capability Brown, which contains the largest herd of fallow deer in England.
Arundel Castle is one of the longest inhabited country houses in England. Many of the original features, such as the crenellated Norman keep, gatehouse and barbican and the lower part of Bevis Tower survive. Visitors can also explore the grounds and themed gardens.
The museum offers visitors the opportunity to view rescued rural buildings set in a beautiful landscape, telling the stories of the people who lived and worked in them over 1,000 years. There is a regular programme of demonstrations, including milling, cooking and blacksmithing.
One of the country's finest Elizabethan Houses, complete with a Great Hall and Long Gallery Parham is idyllically set in the heart of an ancient deer park. It includes a four-acre Walled Garden with stunning herbaceous borders, and Pleasure Grounds.