16 kilometres from Chichester, 29 from Brighton, 45 from Portsmouth and 78 from London, Arundel is a small, friendly, vibrant town with a lot of cultural activity and a popular tourist destination within a stone’s throw of the major towns of the South East.

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Most famous for its castle, with events throughout the year and still lived in by the Duke of Norfolk, Arundel’s picturesque streets and charming shops, cafés and restaurants are joined by a plethora of other attractions and events. http://www.arundel.org.uk/

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Arundel cultural visits: the castle, the cathedral, the museum, art galleries, theatre. http://www.arundelcastle.org/

July

Arundel attractions: Arundel Ghost Experience – do you dare visit Arundel’s old jail?; the spectacular  International Medieval and Jousting Tournament in July.

August

In August, the Arundel Festival offers 10 days of cultural activity, including live music, theatre, street art & performance, a Gallery Trail that includes more than 70 venues and artists, and the famous bath tub race down the River Arun!

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Arundel outdoors: mini-golf, tennis courts, heated outdoor swimming pools, boat rides on the River Arun and Swanbourne Lake, Arundel Park, the South Downs National Park…

A twenty-minute train journey takes us into the centre of the City of Chichester, with its shops, planetarium, theatres, municipal and university sports facilities, cinemas, indoor bowling, cathedral…