Accessibility

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

The National Memorial Arboretum, part of the Royal British Legion, joins the Nation, the Commonwealth and the rest of the World in mourning the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh. HRH The Duke of Edinburgh was a Life Member of the Royal British Legion and he was gracious and generous in his support of the National Memorial Arboretum over many years.

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We aim to cater for the needs of all our visitors and try to accommodate all access requirements where possible.

If you have any questions about visiting us please call 01283 245 100 or submit your question online

A network of pathways run around our grounds making it accessible for visitors who may have some special requirements.

As a maturing landscape with natural features it’s worth remembering that certain areas in our grounds may present challenges for those with special access requirements, many of our memorials for example are on grassed areas. 

Accessibility Guide

Our Accessibility Guide will help you plan your next visit to the Arboretum. It contains information about arriving, our facilities and getting around our grounds.
Download our Accessibility Guide

Assistance Dogs 

Working assistance dogs are allowed in all areas of the Arboretum.

Aliums in Boyes Garden
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Mobility Scooters

Whilst visitors are welcome to bring their own mobility aids to use, many visitors choose to hire a mobility scooter or wheelchair from us for the duration of their visit. Although we are currently unable to hire wheelchairs, a limited number of mobility scooters can be hired for £5 per day. Please ensure that you book parking tickets before making a mobility scooter booking.
Book a Mobility Scooter