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Arundel Castle & Gardens, Arundel, Sussex

Arundel Castle & Gardens
The Collector Earlís Garden

BN18 9AB
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Set high on a hill in West Sussex this magnificent castle and stately home commands stunning views over the River Arun and out to sea. Founded in the 11th century it has been the family home of the Dukes of Norfolk and their ancestors for nearly 1,000 years. Climb to the top of the Keep, explore the fortifications, marvel at the priceless treasures: furniture, paintings and tapestries, and discover rich history and heritage from knowledgeable and friendly guides, wander in the tranquil grounds and chapel and stroll through the newly restored Victorian kitchen and flower gardens as well as the Jacobean-style Collector Earlís Garden.

Entrance to Castle: Via Lower Lodge in Mill Road, Arundel.


Months Open: Saturday 1 April to Sunday 29th October 2017
Tuesday to Sunday inclusive throughout the season
Closed Mondays (except August and Bank Holiday Mondays)
Fitzalan Chapel, Gardens & Grounds 10am - 5pm
Main Castle Rooms & Bedrooms 12 noon - 5pm
Castle Keep 10am - 4.30pm
Last entry 4pm
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes - 20+ please enquire
Coach Parking: Yes - Free for groups 20+ visiting the Castle
Car Parking: Yes - Town Car Park opposite main gates.
Contact Name for Groups: Angela Standing
Admission Price: Adults: From £11.00 to £20.00
Concessions: From £11.00 to £17.50
Children (5-16): £10.00
Family: (2A and up to 3C (5 to 16)) £45.00 - Gold) / £50 - Gold Plus
NB Special Event prices apply for Castle Siege (28 to 30 May) and Joust Week (26 to 31 July). Please see Castle website.
Gift Shop: Yes - 10.30 - 5pm
Catering: (1) Licensed counter service restaurant 10am - 4.30pm (2) Coffee Shop: 10am - 4.30pm

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