Over eleven generations of the Chichester family helped to shape the Arlington Court you see today. As well as their desire for building, the collections assembled throughout the years give a glimpse into their lives and passions.
Find out how generations of the Chichester family created the Arlington Court you see today
Take a look at previously unseen collections in the Silk exhibition
Find out how over 3000 shells washed up at Arlington
What's the connection between a pewter plate at Arlington Court and the Wimbledon Ladie's trophy?
Unearth the history of the cellars at Arlington
Discover how delicate fabrics are cared for in the collection at Arlington
The current house at Arlington was built in 1822, before this the house was in a different location and had a different layout. Historic maps and plans help to identify how the estate has evolved.
Find out the history of the carriage museum and how over forty vehicles have been assembled at Arlington Court.
From the poshest to the smallest, discover five highlights of the carriage museum.
The evolution of the pleasure grounds at Arlington Court from the late eighteenth century to the present day, including Trust ownership and management.