TypePlace of Worship
- Telephone 1: +44 (0)1903 882297
- Email: email@example.com
- Attraction's website: http://www.arundelcathedral.org
The Cathedral, originally known as the Church of St. Philip Neri, was commissioned by Henry XV Duke of Norfolk in 1868 and was opened on 1 July 1873. The architect was Joseph Hansom, inventor of the Hansom Cab. The style of the Cathedral is French Gothic of about 1400. It was created a Cathedral in 1965 and its dedication was changed to Our Lady and St. Philip Howard in October 1970.
The Cathedral is open everyday from 9am until 6pm and on Christmas Day until noon.
The feast of Corpus Christi and the Carpet of Flowers at Arundel Cathedral is held every year, 60 days after Easter, and there are several wonderful concerts held throughout the year by The Arun Choral Society, among others. Some events provide free entry to the Cathedral and refreshments, which are served in the Cathedral Hall nearby.
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AddressLondon Road, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9AY
The Cathedral is located at the top of Arundel town centre. There is plenty of pay and display parking at Crown Yard and Mill Road car parks at the bottom of the hill.
Public Transport Directions
From the mainline rail station at Arundel the Cathedral is a ten minute taxi ride or a 20 minute walk away.
Stagecoach and Compass Buses stop in the High Street.
Please note the Cathedral is at the top of a very steep hill.
- Accessible facilities - contact provider for details
- No dogs allowed (except guide dogs)
- Family friendly
- Groups welcome
- Coach parking
- Parking nearby
- Bus stop within walking distance
- Train station within walking distance
- Town centre setting
- Gift shop
- Public toilets on site
- Licensed for weddings / civil ceremonies