Arundel Museum Chichester Mill Road, England, BN18 9PA

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…

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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 history.
People have lived and worked in and around Arundel for thousands of years. On display in our modern open-plan gallery are objects that bring history to life. The span from pre-historic flint tools found at early settlements, Roman floor tiles found at the site of a luxurious Roman villa, to the large WW2 air raid siren from the roof of the Town Hall and a variety of colourful 20th century shop and business signs.
Arundel Museum runs a lively programme of events throughout the year, please check our website for more details. This year we have a variety of talks on subjects such as Sherlock -v- Jack The Ripper, History of Cunard and many more. We offer special guided tours of the Museum and guided town walks. Full details of which can be found on our website.

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