THE NATIONAL MEMORIAL ARBORETUM IS CLOSED

Given the latest information about the Covid 19 Pandemic and the advice provided on social distancing, it is with great sadness that we have taken the decision to close the Arboretum for the foreseeable future. 

We apologise for any inconvenience or disappointment this causes, but the wellbeing of our team members and visitors is paramount. We look forward to welcoming everyone to enjoy our facilities properly in the future and hope, in the meantime, you will also follow our social media accounts where we will be sharing interesting information about our memorials and the stories behind them.

Thank you for your continued support.

 

Plan your visit

With so much to see and do here, it helps to plan your day in advance. Prepare yourself for a memorable visit with our helpful guidance, local knowledge and travel information. Entry into the Arboretum grounds is free but donations are appreciated. We are open daily, except Christmas Day. From the 1 January - 29 March our site will be open from 10am - 4pm.

Getting here

We are centrally located and easily accessible from the, A38, M42, M1 and M6.

Getting here

Daily Activities

Our programme of daily activities has been designed to help you make the most of your visit.

Daily activities

Eat Drink and Shop

Full meals, tasty snacks and refreshments are available onsite throughout the day.

Eating and drinking

Visiting for Learning and Training

Inspire students and young people with a learning visit to the National Memorial Arboretum.

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Visiting as a Group

Special packages and activities for groups are available.

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Visiting with Young Families

Our grounds are family friendly and there’s a lot for younger visitors to enjoy.

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Accommodation

Explore the wide range of nearby accommodation on offer.

Accommodation

Accessibility

We endeavor to cater for the needs of all our visitors.

Accessibility

Visiting with your Dog

A specified dog walking route is available around the Arboretum site.

Visiting with Dogs