Important Covid-19 information
Ahead of your visit to Arundel Museum we wanted to tell you the measures we have in place.
Arundel Museum is reopening on Monday 17 May.
Arundel Museum has been certified as Good to Go by Visit England.
Buy your ticket on the day, you do not have to pre-book your visit.
When you are in the building, we ask you to respect social distancing by keeping 2 metres apart.
Currently, you can visit as part of a maximum group of six people, or two households.
It is mandatory to wear a face covering throughout your visit.
Measures that have been introduced:
We have introduced extra cleaning throughout the Museum.
We have fitted Perspex screens at the till.
We have a hand sanitiser available for everyone to use at the entrance.
There is a one-way system around the Museum gallery.
For everyone’s comfort, we are limiting the number of visitors in different areas of the Museum.
New children’s challenge at the Museum:
For children, there is a challenge to spot and identify seven animals who are hiding around the Museum. (Normal Admission Applies).
We are only offering takeaway drinks.
The nearest public toilets are in the car park at the side of the building.
Please do not visit if you have any symptoms or are feeling unwell.
To assist with NHS Test and Trace, you will need to give a name and phone number. Alternatively, please sign in via the NHS App. This information would only be used if needed, and will destroy any details after 21 days as per the government guidelines.
Any questions about your visit please give us a call.
We look forward to welcoming you to our Museum.
Arundel Museum would like to thank The Arts Council, Arundel Town Council and Arun District Council for their support during the time that we have been closed.