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.

 

 

 

Armed Forces Memorial

The Armed Forces Memorial is a nationally significant focus for Remembrance. It honours those members of the Armed Forces (Regular and Reserve) who were killed on duty while performing functions attributable to the special circumstances and requirements of the Armed Forces, or as a result of terrorist action, and those who died while deployed on designated operations.

About the Armed Forces Memorial

Sited at the heart of the Arboretum this iconic memorial remembers more than 16,000 people

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An Aerial View of the Armed Forces Memorial

The Armed Forces Memorial is an iconic and powerful symbol of Remembrance; view our aerial film to see this memorial as never before.

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