Tour Arundel Castle from your home


Arundel Castle, established by Roger de Montgomery on Christmas Day 1067, is still closed to the public but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the wonderful sites around the castle.

The amazing staff at Arundel Castle created a series of virtual tours, allowing visitors to explore the gardens and discover nearly 1,000 years of England’s history without leaving your house.

“Although travelling to the Castle may be out of the question for the foreseeable future, these virtual escapes are open to anyone with an internet connection.

With more than 12 videos to choose from, sightseers will marvel at the great Norman and medieval fortress, tour the extensive walled gardens with head gardener Martin Duncan, and learn about historical crafts and games with The History Man, Paul Ullson.

We hope that, in these difficult times, the beautiful scenes from our grounds and gardens bring some joy to everyone’s day.”

Stephen Manion, Castle Manager

To experience the Castle from home, visit

You can also follow Arundel Castle on Twitter @ArundelCastle or on Instagram @ArundelCastleUK



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