National Memorial Arboretum
The National Memorial Arboretum is a UK registered charity and 150-acre visitor site on the edge of the National Forest in Staffordshire. Part of the Royal British Legion family of charities, it exists to ensure that the contribution of those who have served and sacrificed is never forgotten and that there is a year-round space to celebrate lives lived and commemorate lives lost.
The Arboretum welcomes over 300,000 visitors to the site each year who can discover more than 400 memorials nestled amongst some 25,000 trees. Guests can also experience riverside walks and participate in a wide variety of daily activities, including guided walks, land train tours, memorial talks, exhibitions and buggy tours.
Here’s exactly what groups can look forward to at Staffordshire’s National Memorial Arboretum, the nation’s year-round place to remember.
The National Memorial Arboretum is the nation’s year-round place to remember, helping people reflect and be inspired and providing a space to celebrate lives lived and commemorate lives lost.