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Arundel Museum

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Arundel Museum is more than a museum – it’s an experience!

The Museum is almost exclusively run by volunteers who have a passion for the history of the town and its people.

The Exhibits have been arranged to tell the story of this historic town, from the first pre-Roman settlements to the present day.

Do you know what a Knucker Hole is? Do you know where you might find a Mullet? You will do after your visit. If you want to know more about any of the exhibits, then there is always a guide on hand to answer your questions.

But the experience doesn’t stop there! You can:

• 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

Come and enjoy the experience at Arundel Museum! 


• Adults: £3.00
• Children (6-16 years): £2.50
• Children (under 6 years): Free
• Family (2 adults and up to 3 children): £8.00
• Seniors: £2.50
• Students: £2.50
• Members: Free

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