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, Arundel BN18 9AB
Set high in a hill amidst 40 acres of stunning grounds and gardens, Arundel Castle in West Sussex is a popular destination for visitors. The seat of the Dukes of Norfolk, this magnificent castle was built at the end of the 11th century by the Earl of Arundel and is one of the great treasure houses of England, boasting a unique and priceless collection of art, furnishings, heraldry and armour. The grounds, together with the keep and gatehouse have been open to the public since 1800 and the gardens since 1854.There is now a magnificent new formal garden too, known as “The Collector Earl's Garden” after the 14th Earl of Arundel (1585-1646), which was opened by the Prince of Wales in 2008. This beautiful garden complements the old walled kitchen gardens and is a truly amazing example of horticulture. With the most amazing views over the South Downs and River Arun, its finely preserved interiors full of fascinating antiquities and history, and its fabulous gardens and grounds, Arundel Castle is a real treasure of West Sussex and well worth a visit.
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