Arundel is located in the South West of the county of Sussex and is a market town boasting fabulously quaint effects and great local produce.
Being a fair-trade town, Arundel is at the heart of ecological issues and offers a great array or green eateries and shops to enjoy. The Cathedral – Arundel Cathedral – is the seat of the Bishop of Arundel and Brighton and is located in the surrounds of Arundel and is a superb example of architecture. The cricket ground located at the castle is one of the more picturesque in England and the castle itself is a fabulous medieval castle still very much intact.
Arundel welcomes all who come to visit the great town and has plenty of places to stay as well as a variety of places to visit when the sun goes down. Arundel is easy to access from road, bus and train and the surrounding areas are a great day out as well.
This castle overlooks the River Arun and dates back to the end of the 11th century. The grounds here are magnificent as well as some of the castle rooms, you will also find a gift shop, cafe and a restaurant here.
Arundel Wetland Centre
Located in 26 acres of landscape and wetland habitat, the centre is a bird watching paradise. Little people will be entertained as well in with the pond skaters adventure and the tree creeper play area. (01903 883355)
The Victoria Institute
Known to be the heart of Arundel activities, the Institute has live music, a theatre, Jazz Club, Children’s Art Workshops and much more. Located in Tarrant Street.