Arundel Museum at the heart of the festival

Student art: Kyra Hemingway - The Regis Academy. Oh I do like to be (beach huts)
Student art: Kyra Hemingway - The Regis Academy. Oh I do like to be (beach huts)

Arundel Museum will be playing a key role during the Arundel Festival.

Events include:

Arundel Festival Walks. Every day from August 18-27, there will be two walks a day, 11.30am and 2pm. Tickets are £4 and will give an informative and entertaining insight into Arundel’s history. No need to pre-book, just turn up (weather permitting).

Evening opening during the Arundel Festival – a chance to enjoy visiting the museum in the evening. Friday, August 24, 7-9pm. The summer exhibition of GCSE A Level art work will be open.

Tuesday, September 4: Sussex Graves and Graveyards, 7-9pm – an illustrated talk with Kevin Gordon. Tickets are available from the Museum. £6 member / £8 non-member.

Saturday, September 8: Heritage Open Day, a chance to enjoy free entry to the museum for one day only.

Saturday, September 8: Last Night of the Proms, 6.30-9pm, live streaming. Tickets £15, available from the museum. To include a two-course supper, bar and raffle.

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