Arundel Castle – One of the longest inhabited Castles in UK


Arundel Castle, UK

Situated in West Sussex, England, Arundel Castle is a magnificent castle established by Roger De Montgomery in the 11th century. This castle reflects almost 1000 years of history and is one of the longest inhabited castles in England. The castle was severely damaged during the Civil War and then later restored in the 18th and early 19th centuries.

Arundel Castle is one of the finest castles in England and surely not be missed by any of the travel enthusiasts heading to this part of the world.

This restored medieval castle is the hereditary state home of the dukes of Norfolk and their ancestors for over 850 years. And currently, Edward Ftazalan-Howard, the 18th Duke of Norfolk and family lives at Arundel Castle.


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