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Arundel Travel Guide  

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Arundel is situated in the south of West Sussex in England and is a market town which is named after the Arun River that runs through the town.
This is a small town with a population of three thousand four hundred people and is a part of the Arun district.
There are several scout groups here and people born in this place are called as Mullets which is the name of a local variety of fish found in this particular region.
There is a huge cricket ground here where several games are played during the season.
This historic market town with its town cathedral, castle, wonderful landscapes, craft and antique shops which exhibit contemporary sculptures, paintings, textiles and more is a place worth visiting.
The place also has a range of accommodation and restaurants making it a perfect place to spend the weekend. The eastern part of the county has a subtropical humid climate and the western part a humid continental climate with slightly colder winters and a higher snowfall. 

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Reviews Arundel

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Arundel doesn't host so many attractions to visit... Arundel Castle is the residence of the Duchess and Duke of Norfolk who lived here in the past. The castle has a fine collection of paintings and furniture and one can visit the... more fascinating grounds, chapel and the restaurant and shops whilst here. There are cruises and motorboats which one can take along the Arun River, though they have to be booked in advance. Amberley Museum is an open air museum which stretches up to thirty six acres of land and has a wide range of displays including transport related collections such as the Southdown Bus Collection, narrow gauge railway locomotives and a replica of the rural garage in the village. The Limeburners restaurant is a modern place which resembles a neighbouring barn and provides a fine meal and drink for the visitors. Chalk Springs Trout Fishery is an ideal and tranquil place where one can indulge in fishing.       
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