Arundel Museum – bringing history to life!

Historic Arundel in Sussex is most famous for its 900 year old castle. You can learn more about the history of the castle and town at award winning, Arundel Museum. Discover how millions of years ago, Arundel was covered by a warm Cretaceous sea and meet the creatures that thrived in it. Meet Homo heidelbergensis, who, 500,000 years ago lived in the area, and the neanderthals who hunted mammoths in Palaeolithic Arundel. Discover objects left behind by the Romans who lived locally. Learn how the port of Arundel was a crucial industrial hub during the last century and how the Castle Stables provided horses for the war effort in the First World War. You can even enjoy a bespoke Museum walking tour of the town.

Come and enjoy the experience at Arundel Museum

  • Enjoy our Family Events Days
  • Encourage your family to take the Museum Detective challenge
  • Experience our Walking through History Tours
  • Visit the Museum Shop
  • Find out what to do and where to go at our Tourist Information Point
  • Rest and relax with a refreshing cup of tea or coffee
  • Fully wheelchair accessible
  • Assistance dogs welcome

Arundel Museum is run by the Arundel Museum Society, a registered charity. The museum is staffed by volunteers and relies on subscriptions, donations and fundraising events for its survival. Registered Charity No. 1140198


Daily: 10am-4pm, including Bank Holidays

  • 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


Find US

Mill Road, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9PA
Tel: +44 (0) 1903 885866

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