Took Steven here today -> http://www.amberleymuseum.co.uk/
And it's one of those rare places that allow full access for dogs. :D
The place is awesome. It's built on the site of a disused chalk quarry and it's a working museum demonstrating all those old crafts that we don't have anymore. We saw a broom maker and a wood turner amongst other things. Lots of hands-on stuff for the kids to play with, and rides on an old bus and an old train. And Willow could go everywhere except in the restaurant (we had a picnic). Definitely recommend it for a day out if you find yourself in West Sussex.
Pictures. Apologies for the quality but I had to mostly do this while holding the dog lead in one hand.
We started by using the dog eyes to light up the hillside trail.
View across the south downs from halfway up.
And right at the top you can see the quarry walls and the museum buildings at the bottom.
Steven found a lime kiln. They used to burn chalk and coal on site to make lime.
In the roadmaking museum we found this old roadsweeping machine. The dog was scared of it so hopefully this picture will come in handy if she trangresses anytime.
They don't do anything by halves in Dorset.
Our view through the front of the train - we sat next to the driver. :D