THE NATIONAL MEMORIAL ARBORETUM IS CURRENTLY CLOSED
The latest government announcement, detailing the next phase of managing the Covid 19 pandemic, does not enable us to reopen the National Memorial Arboretum at this time. We are eager to welcome you back to site, but will only do so when permissible, and when we are able to implement the required control measures to ensure social distancing to protect our visitors and team members.
Thank you for your continued patience whilst we remain closed. We miss you all and will issue a further statement when we are able to do so. Please keep an eye on our website and social media channels for the latest information and updates, or sign up here to receive our monthly newsletter.
The Arboretum is an evolving, maturing woodland landscape featuring 30,000 trees and a vast collection of memorials. The 150-acre site is a living, growing tribute to those who have served and continue to serve our country.
Nestled amongst the woodland landscape is a collection of more than 300 memorials, each with a story waiting to be shared.The Memorials
Landscapes of Life Exhibition
Set the scene for your visit - journey through the history of Remembrance.Find Out More
Our diverse programme of temporary exhibitions changes throughout the year.Temporary Exhibitions
Our Millennium Chapel of Peace and Reconciliation is the only UK site which observes a daily act of Remembrance.Millennium Chapel
The Arboretum is home to over 30,000 trees and a vast collection or flora, fauna and wildlife habitats.Woodland Landscape
Eating and Drinking
A range of hot and cold beverages and tasty meals and snacks are available in our Restaurant and Coffee Shop.Eating and Drinking