Map of the Arboretum

Open for visitors!

The National Memorial Arboretum is open freely to all, year-round from 10am-5pm, every day except Christmas Day.  We recommend pre-booking your visit, to guarantee entry.

Please note: on Wednesday 28 July the North part of the site (which includes, but is not limited to, the Royal British Legion Poppy Field, Allied Special Forces Memorial Grove and the memorials and individual dedications in the areas surrounding them and the UK Police Memorial) will be closed to visitors until approximately 2.30pm, whilst a private dedication ceremony takes place at the UK Police Memorial.  The new memorial will be open to visitors from Thursday 29 July. There will also be limited access to the memorials on the Naval Review until the service has ended at 2.30pm. We will be unable to offer our Stick Man Trail, Outdoor Escape Challenges and Our Everyday Heroes activity packs on Wednesday 28 July. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes.

Pre-book your visit

There are almost 400 memorials and 25,000 trees in our 150-acre grounds. Our simple site map shows where you’ll find some of the most visited memorials in our grounds.

Our friendly team of volunteers are always happy to help visitors locate memorials and individual dedications in our grounds.

Illustrative pictorial, not to scale, map of the Arboretum
RAF 47 Squadron Memorial

Finding a Memorial

You can view a list of the current memorials at the Arboretum and discover more information about some of our most recognisable memorials can be found on our Memorials pages.

Burma Railway Memorial in Far East Zone

Maps and Guidebooks

Maps and guidebooks which provide more information about the memorials and where you’ll find them in our grounds can be purchased from our Welcome Desk and online. The Arboretum is a charity and by buying a copy of our map and guidebook you will be supporting our work helping us to keep important stories alive.