VJ Day Digital Exhibition Explores The Diversity Of The Fourteenth Army
As the UK’s centre of Remembrance we understand the importance of honouring a loved one through a charitable gift or personal tribute. Every gift we receive in someone’s memory is precious, appreciated and meaningful.
We are working to develop a brand new remembrance space at the Arboretum, where people will be able to commission a dedication to a loved one.
We offer a wide range of opportunities for Primary and Secondary including ready prepared tours and workshops.
From cadet groups to serving Armed Forces personnel, we welcome all who wish to visit the Arboretum as part of their training.
The memorials in our grounds remember those who served or sacrificed for our Nation. We welcome applications from organisations wishing to dedicate a memorial.
The National Memorial Arboretum and National Forest Company have announced plans to create a 25-acre woodland in memory of every person who died as a result of the pandemic, providing a space for contemplation while evoking hope for the future.
In partnership with The Royal British Legion, the Arboretum has launched two free downloadable activity packs marking the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
The Arboretum is a maturing woodland landscape featuring 25,000 trees and a large collection of memorials. The 150-acre site is a living, growing tribute to those who have served and continue to serve our country.
The Millennium Chapel of Peace and Reconciliation is the only place in the UK where a daily act of Remembrance is marked each day.
There are nearly 400 memorials of all shapes and sizes in our grounds. Discover more about just some of the memorials and their symbolism.
With nearly 400 memorials, nestled amongst 150-acres of woodland, the Arboretum is the perfect place to hold your Remembrance event.
The Arboretum is home to over 25,000 trees and large collection of flora, fauna and wildlife.
The 400th memorial has been dedicated at the National Memorial Arboretum
Find out more about just some of the memorials including the Armed Forces Memorial and view a full list of all the memorials in our grounds.
The National Memorial Arboretum has opened a new free exhibition featuring frontline sketches of the Falklands War by Linda Kitson, who was appointed as the official war artist by the Imperial War Museum.
The largest memorial at the Arboretum is the Armed Forces Memorial. It is a nationally significant focus for Remembrance.
The Arboretum is a collection of stories, a celebration of lives which have mattered and a living tribute to lives lost.
Our dedicated meeting spaces; Alder, Chestnut, Hornbeam and Willow offer flexible capacities in both boardroom and theatre styles.
The Glade has been created to provoke reflection and contemplation through symbolic forms, features and plants.
Learning and engagement are at the heart of what we do. Here are some materials that we invite you to use from home.
We know it isn’t the easiest thing to think about, but leaving a gift in your will is a very special thing to do. By supporting us you will ensure the people who have made a difference to our lives are never forgotten.