Arundel Museum

Arundel Museum

Hi, hope your all enjoying your weekend.

Today’s post is all about Arundel Museum, I decided to go there after leaving Arundel Castle, we didn’t do this on the same day I have to say, because to be fair I was knakered it was a long day but if you do decide to visit the museum after visiting the castle I do understand that you can get discounted entry in to the museum. So something to think about!

Arundel Museum is a lovely place to visit.

Arundel museum is staffed by volunteers it’s wheelchair friendly and parking is right next to the Museum, which also have disabled toilets if you need them but to use the disabled toilet you do need a RADAR KEY, so please bare this in mind, the car park you do have to pay even with a blue badge but you do get an added hour on to your time for free, which isn’t too bad.

The Museum is quite small, but dose have a lot to offer, they have a little gift shop and a café area for you to have a drink after looking around or before you start whichever way you choose.

Assistance dogs are welcome.

In the Museum you can learn all about the history of Arundel, and the castle as well there is even a tourist information point within the Museum.

In the Museum there are things for adults and children to interact with which is always nice to do while learning about the history.

There is also a Museum detective challenge to do with your family or friends while you are in the museum, just ask about it at the desk and they will give you all the information you need to get started.

They also offer walking through history tours; which I do believe you have to book in advance so worth looking on there page or calling before going to find out more information on this.

(I will leave all numbers and links at the end.)

They offer family event days, as well during the year which again is on there website.

They also offer guided walking tours, which you can learn more about the history of Arundel these have to be pre booked and is a minimum of five people they offer, there is something there for everyone so don’t feel you wont be able to do this just because you have a disability just contact them and they will advise the best tour to meet your needs.

These are a list of tours they offer!

*Arundel Past and Present (an introduction)

*The Port of Arundel

*The Arundel castle Story

*Industrial Arundel

*Bridge to Bridge Walk (which is all one level)


As you can see this isn’t just another Museum they have lots more to offer, they do school trips, group party’s if you’re interested in the history of Arundel I would definitely put it on your list of places to visit.

Museum hours and Admissions

Daily :-10:00am – 16:00, including Bank Holidays

Closed 24,25, &26 December

Closed New Years Day

*Adults £3.50

*Children (6-16years) £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


There address is

Arundel Museum

Mill Road

Arundel

West Sussex

BN18 9PA

Tel : +44 (0) 1903 885866

Contact email is – office@arundelmuseum.org

www.arundelmuseum.org

I haven't put in to many photos, as I don't want to ruin your experience,

thank you for reading my post I hope you enjoyed reading!



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