The Memorials

We are open to pre-booked visitors

The National Memorial Arboretum is open to pre-booked visitors. Tickets are released each Thursday and can be booked up to 2 weeks in advance. People visiting the Arboretum must follow the latest government guidance relating to travel and social distancing, and anyone advised to self-isolate should not visit the site at this time.

Access to the Arboretum will be via the Remembrance Centre where our visitor toilets remain available. A daily programme of walks and talks are available and our Shop is open.  A limited take-away service is available with a range of freshly prepared hot and cold drinks and snacks.  We are currently unable to offer dine-in options in our Restaurant.

We are legally obliged to ask all visitors over the age of 16 to either check in with the NHS Test and Trace App or to provide contact details upon arrival.

Further information about the measures currently in place at the Arboretum can be found by following the link below.
Visiting Us During Coronavirus

The Arboretum is home to nearly 400 thought-provoking memorials, each with a story to be discovered.

The memorials are diverse in nature, rich in symbolism and represent a broad population of society, from military associations and charities to the emergency services, fraternity groups and individuals. Each year new memorials are added so there's always something new to see.

Our Memorials 

The Duke of Lancaster's Memorial