A picturesque town on the River Arun with a steep High Street and dominated by its Castle and Cathedral. The parkland around Swanbourne Lake is open daily free of charge, but closed each year on 24 March. There are good views of Arundel from trains, especially south of the station.
TI at Arundel Museum, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation in Arundel (with distance from station):
The history of Arundel including the influence of the River Arun and Castle.
Tel. 01903 885866.
Open Daily 1000-1600.
The ancestral home of the Dukes of Norfolk. An ancient castle which has been rebuilt and
altered through the centuries. Fine collections of furniture, armour, clocks, tapestries
and paintings. Restored Victorian kitchen and flower gardens. Restaurant. Tel. 01903 883136.
Open Apr-Oct, TWThFSSu & BH 1000-1700, Castle rooms from 1200.
Situated in a prominent position overlooking the town, Arundel's magnificent 19th century Roman Catholic Cathedral
is a fine example of Gothic Revival architecture. Tel. 01903 882297.
Open Daily, please see website for events and services.
The Centre is home to a wide variety of wetland wildlife, including water voles and endangered wildfowl from around the world.
Features include observation hides, a reedbed boardwalk and boat tours around the wetlands. Picnic area. Restaurant. Tel. 01903 883355.
Open Daily 0930-1730 (1630 Nov-Mar).