After 129 days in lockdown, the Amberley Museum is preparing to reopen its doors to families once again.
The 36-acre site in the heart of the South Downs National Park will open to members only on Saturday 25th July and Sunday 26th July.
Amberley Museum will open to the general public on Wednesday 29th July 2020.
The museum has implemented a range of measures to keep visitors safe and to follow all Government guidelines.
Anyone wishing to have a day out at Amberley Museum must book in advance online on the Amberley Museum website.
There are three time slots for arrivals and once on-site visitors can stay as long as they like until closing time at 4.30 pm.
Museum Director Valerie Mills commented: “Museums all over the country have been crippled with the COVID crisis. Amberley was no exception and at one point we were very concerned that after 40 years the Museum may have to shut permanently. However, an emergency funding grant from Arts Council England and the overwhelming generosity of our members and local people who love the museum and donated to an emergency appeal has truly saved the day. We are very excited to welcome our visitors back and with such a large site and so much outdoors there really is something for everyone to enjoy in a safe and fun environment. The support of our visitors over the coming months will be critical in making sure the Amberley Museum is still here in another 40 years.”
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