Plan Your Visit

Arundel lies nestled within the South Downs National Park in West Sussex, England. At only 4 miles from the English Channel, the River Arun has been important for local trade and transport for over 200 years. Millennia earlier the area was covered in a warm shallow sea, where sponges and silicious plankton thrived, transformed over geological time into the characteristic flint that weaves through the chalk Downlands today.

Step back into history at Arundel Museum and discover the earliest hominid inhabitants of the area, known because of the flint hand tools recovered locally.

See portions of a Roman mosaic floor, pieces of Samian and Castor ware and a stylus, the evidence of a Roman building discovered at Tarrant Street.

Learn about the  Dukes of Norfolk and the history of Arundel castle - from its siege during the English Civil War in 1643, by Roundhead General, Sir William Waller against the Royalist defenders.

Discover how the Port of Arun evolved with the market town of Arundel, with capillaries of canals full of barges feeding the supply of imported and exported goods.

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MUSEUM HOURS & ADMISSION

Daily: 10.00-16.00, including Bank Holidays
Closed 24, 25 & 26 December
Closed New Year's Day

  • Adults £3.50
  • Children (6-16 years) £2.50
  • Children under 6 years (accompanied by an adult) Free
  • Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) £7.00
  • Seniors £2.50
  • Students £2.50
  • Members Free

Arundel Museum

Mill Road
Arundel
West Sussex
BN18 9PA

Tel: +44 (0) 1903 885866

email: office@arundelmuseum.org


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