UK Centre of Remembrance and Charitable Organisation
Near Lichfield, Staffordshire
The National Memorial Arboretum is a large, open air, special place for remembering those people in the armed forces and civil services who have served, or continue to serve, our nation.
With over 50,000 trees and 250+ dedicated memorials, The National Memorial Arboretum covers 150 acres and offers something for everyone.
Why not visit today and see for yourself the lasting tribute to those who have served their country or who have died in conflict.
Recommended on The Best of Lichfield
In 2009, The National Memorial Arboretum underwent a redevelopment campaign to create a world-renowned Remembrance Centre worthy of those who give so much to our Country and offers a wide range of facilities including:
The National Memorial Arboretum welcomes over 300,000 visitors per year including service personnel, military wives, veterans, students, families, individuals and more!
If you're planning on visiting as a group, please make sure you pre-book to avoid disappointment.
If you're looking for a venue to hold a private reception, corporate function or event, The National Memorial Arboretum offers panoramic views, excellent facilities, dedicated events staff, quality catering and more.
To discuss your event and to obtain a full price list contact a member of the events team today.
01283 792 333
The National Memorial Arboretum hold a rolling programme of events, click here to visit the website to find out more!
Special conditions have been put in place under Government guidelines and pre-booking is essential.
Follow this link for up to date information.
The National Memorial Arboretum is open:
Daily : 9:00am - 5:00pm (last admission is 4.30pm)
Free admission, donations welcome.
Please note there is a car park charge.
For days out and attractions in and around Lichfield, visit The National Memorial Arboretum and see "where our Nation remembers".
What a glorious place to remember all those lost to us and acknowledge how they served their country. It is beautifully laid out, with an air of serenity that shows respect and admiration for all those...
My son really wanted to visit the NMA for his birthday and after going online realised you had to book due to Covid 19. Unfortunately there were no slots available for the weekend as it was only a few...
Although we’ve been before it seemed fitting to go today on 11 /11 as we had the opportunity. With Covid we had to pre book but it was well organised and no queuing or overcrowding. We had no idea there...
A very humbling experience we had today, lost for words on how beautiful the grounds are and beautiful memorials, great staff who have tremendous pride in helping visitors. This was our first visit and...
Not a lot to say tbh an incredible place with great staff for some personal reflection and to remember them lost serving there county The only down side is the restaurant is extremely expensive for what...