Prince Arthur may refer to:
- Arthur I, Duke of Brittany (1187-1203), nephew and possible heir of Richard I of England
- Arthur, Prince of Wales (1486–1502), eldest son Henry VII of England
- Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (1850–1942), third son of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom
- Prince Arthur of Connaught (1883–1938), the only son of the above Prince Arthur
- King Arthur also features as "Prince Arthur" in some works, as in Richard Blackmore's epic Prince Arthur, an Heroick Poem in X Books and Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queen
- PS Prince Arthur, a paddle steamer in service 1867-85
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