The fabulous town of Arundel is packed full of history, and no visit here is complete without a visit to the iconic Arundel Castle to soak up the stories of the past.

Explore this fascinating building, experience one of its historic events or come in Spring for the incredible display of tulips. Venture into Arundel’s charming streets to explore the array of shops and cafes, discover more of its past at the Arundel Museum, or witness wonderful wildlife at the 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 of Arundel, West Sussex with the River Arun in the foreground

Built astride a hill Arundel Cathedral sits majestically, overlooking the ancient town of Arundel and stands out as an inspiring landmark in West Sussex.

Arundel Historic Tours is a Unique, Official Walk around Arundel.. Architecture, history, the people and changes will all be discussed, leading you to leave knowing a whole lot more about this beautiful town. Led by Martin, a Postman who is…

Arundel Museum

Discover the story of Arundel in this award-winning contemporary building on the banks of the River Arun. A stone’s throw from Arundel Castle, the historic seat of the Dukes of Norfolk, the Museum provides a fascinating insight into the town’s…

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…