Arundel's history has been dominated by three themes: the river Arun, the castle, and the town. These themes are deeply interwoven and have been skillfully unpicked and displayed by our talented volunteers.
Designed by Graham Whitehouse and opened by the Duke of Norfolk, on the 24th June, Arundel Museum slides effortlessly into the landscape whilst remaining a significant landmark for the town.
Arundel Museum is run by the Arundel Museum Society, a registered charity. The Museum is manned almost entirely by volunteers and relies on subscriptions, donations and fund raising events for its survival.