Perched on the edge of the River Arun, Arundel and the surrounding areas offer great places to get closer to nature.

 

From Arundel Castle’s impressive Tulip Festival display that takes place in Spring and sees the Castle gardens explode in a glorious rainbow of colour to nearby Denmans Garden; a Garden for all seasons where you’ll discover interesting planting, winding paths and peaceful places to sit and take it all in.  Take a boat ride and explore the wildlife hides to get close to 30 species of birdlife at Arundel Wetlands Centre.

Arundel Castle

One of England’s largest inhabited and complete castles, Arundel Castle is situated in magnificent grounds overlooking the River Arun in West Sussex.

An image showing Arundel Wetlands Centre

Home to a collection of 30 species of wildfowl from around the world, Arundel Wetlands offer boat rides, an amazing reedbed boardwalk and eight wildlife hides, bringing you and your family close to Sussex wildlife.

An image showing Denmans Garden

Denmans Garden is a a stunning 4-acre garden designed by award-winning author and landscape designer, John Brookes MBE who lived at Denmans from 1980-2018. Once the food production side of Lord Denman’s estate, this tranquil contemporary garden on the southern…