Arundel Gardens are award-winning and include the Rose Garden, Earls Garden and Fitzalan Chapel’s White Garden.
The gardens are particularly spectacular in the spring where they host the Annual Tulip Festival which runs from mid-April. Over 120,000 tulips bloom in 130 varieties which bathes the gardens in colour.
The Garden Tea Terrace serves take-away light meals, snacks and hot and cold drinks.
The Gardens are open Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm (last admission is 4pm). The Gardens are closed on Mondays, except during August and Bank Holidays.
Tickets for the Gardens alone are £12 for adults and £6 for children between 5-16, with under 5’s going free. Carers can receive free entry when accompanying a paying adult.
Unfortunately, only assistance dogs are allowed.
The Gardens are accessible for wheelchairs with path which are wide enough to accommodate. The paths are gravel and there are moderate slopes as an alternative to the steps. There are accessible toilets in the gardens.
By Car – The Castle is located in the centre of Arundel. There is parking opposite in Mill Road car park which is a pay and display. Alternatively, you may be able to park for free along Mill Road but this can get busy during peak times.
By Train – Arundel Station is approximately a 0.6 mile walk (12 min walk) away from Arundel Castle & Gardens.
Arundel Castle, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9AB
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