A much visited attraction and day out near Lichfield, The National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas is a special place, a living arboretum to the honour of those who serve and have served their country. You will love The National Memorial Arboretum for it's peace and tranquillity. Pay them a visit today.
The National Memorial Arboretum
UK Centre of Remembrance and Charitable Organisation
Near Lichfield, Staffordshire
Awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2010
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
A Place for Everyone - Young and Old
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:
Chapel of Peace and Forgiveness
Pavilion Tea Rooms
Tours and Exhibitions
Children's Play Area
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.
Private Venue Hire
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.
Millennium Chapel of Peace and Forgiveness - popular for lectures, presentations and talks;
The Rose Room - accommodates 80 people cabaret-style or up to 120 theatre-style.
Pavilion Marquee - flexible venue can be hired between March and October
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.
A beautiful place to visit, many memorials to visit, including WW1. Beautiful rose gardens too. The cafe does great coffee and cake, and the toilets are spotless.
I visited just before the first lockdown back in February 2020 with a lady friend from Jersey and it poured down with torrential rain so we weren’t able to walk around outside and see much, managed to...
This was an evocative, thoughtful and very tranquil place, worth another visit.