The National Memorial Arboretum is now open for pre-booked visitors only. In order to prioritise the safety and wellbeing of our visitors and team members, there is a limited capacity on site, booking will be required, queuing systems, and one way pathways through the Remembrance Centre and Heroes’ Square. Additional measures are in place, including hygiene screens and extra cleaning. Our restaurant is open for a delicious selection of hot and cold snacks that you can enjoy in either Heroes’ Square or within our grounds. A tasty BBQ is also available between 12pm - 2pm daily (weather permitting). The Arboretum shop is also open. The Land Train is operating a limited service, but other daily activities, including guided walks and talks will not take place until further notice. Toilet facilities in the Remembrance Centre will be open. 

Bookings must be made on line and only visitors pre-booking a vehicle will be granted access to site. Further information and details on how to book can be found here.


 

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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