New to Amberley Museum for 2020, a collection of over 40 contemporary sculptures will be exhibited throughout the former chalk quarry and lime works in the South Downs National Park. Carefully chosen sculptures will appear across the 36 acre site, in stark contrast to the Museum’s nostalgic industrial backdrop.
The Exhibition will run from Saturday 14 March until Sunday 28 June 2020 and will feature works by contemporary artists from across the south of England, including Simon Probyn, Kay Singla, Lester Korzilius, Paul Harvey, Ian Marlow, Michael Joseph, Will Spankie, Emma Nicole Straw, Cherie Lubbock, Cliff Palmer and Sarah Blunden.
Entry to the Sculpture Trail is included in normal museum admission: Gift-aided tickets are £15 for adults, £13 for concessions and £8 for children aged 4-15 (under 5s free). Family tickets start at £31.
Amberley Museum is open 10am until 4.30pm Wednesdays to Sundays with last entry one hour before closing. The Limeburners Café serves a variety of sandwiches and snacks with hot food at lunchtime.