Arundel Castle and Gardens
Historic Castle and beautiful gardens to take your breath away
The Castle grounds and Gardens at Arundel, together with the keep and gatehouse, have been open to visitors since 1800 and the gardens since 1854.
Today the stunning and inspirational walled gardens include the internationally renowned Collector Earl’s Garden, The Stumpery; the hot and cool Herbaceous Borders with contrasting foliage plants; and the Cut Flower Garden and Organic Kitchen Garden that supply the Castle with fresh fruit, vegetables and cut flowers.
A rare lean-to peach house and vinery, originally built in 1850 by Clarke & Hope, has been restored to its former glory and houses exotic fruit and vegetables.
The sheltered location of the gardens makes it possible for many of the tender perennials such as Cannas, Salvias, Bananas and Palms to remain in the ground throughout the winter.
The Fitzalan Chapel has its own delightful garden planted charmingly in white, and there is also the Rose Garden, in what was once a Medieval bowling green, which has been newly planted with old-fashioned English roses.
Many of the features in the Garden were designed by Julian Bannerman.
2020 - Arundel Castle Gardens Opening times from 1 April - see website for days and times
- Street: Arundel Castle
- Postcode: BN18 9AB
- City: Arundel
- County: Sussex
- Telephone: 01903 882173
HOTELS AND PLACES TO STAY NEAR TO GARDEN
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