A remodelled medieval castle established in 1067 home to the duke of Norfolk for more than 400 years. steeped in history, with its own cricket field hosting international cricket teams. Also hosting Queen Victoria & Prince Albert in 1846. Well worth a visit!
Swimming in the fresh air, surrounded by grass, trees and the colours of the natural environment has a huge benefit on mental health and physical well-being. Arundel Lido is the perfect place to experience fresh air swimming!
Throughout the year Arundel Lido offer activities and events to encourage people of all ages and abilities to participate in.
With around 10,000 visitors a year, the Museum is a popular attraction. Exhibits include displays of vintage cameras, fossils, an Edwardian kitchen and the story of Bathing Machine Proprietor Mary Wheatland. The Ron Simpson Wireless Collection is named after a former Curator with a passion for old radios who bequeathed his own extensive collection to the Museum.
Enjoy the long stretch of pebble beach and promenade with kids play area en-route to the infamous Bognor Regis pier dating back to 1865 with seaside amusements.
From iconic tourist attractions to beach-front cool, there are lots of places to go and things to do in Brighton & Hove. The city of Brighton & Hove is nestled in between the sea and the countryside providing a wealth of things to do in Brighton & beyond.
Let them run off steam with Butlins on our doorstep you can enjoy an day of fun with soft play, fair rides, shows and newly fitted swimming pool with slides. Fun for whole the family. Make sure you take your Beachcroft key card with you for exclusive discounts on entry.