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National Memorial Arboretum

Croxall Road | Alrewas, Lichfield DE13 7AR, England
+44 1283 245100
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Thought provoking

Well worth a visit when passing - accessible from many roads. Not signed well from A38. £3... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Toddington, United Kingdom
Too much to see in one day

Visited yesterday. There is so much to see, we only saw about half of it, if that. Free parking and... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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The National Memorial Arboretum is the UK's year-round centre of Remembrance. With 150 acres of beautiful woodland and gardens to explore and over 300 unique memorials to see, you're sure to be fascinated by our many memorials and the amazing stories and symbolism behind them. Entry is free. To help you make the most of your visit; guided walks, tours and trails, learning activities, exhibitions, a restaurant and a gift shop are also available.
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Croxall Road | Alrewas, Lichfield DE13 7AR, England
+44 1283 245100
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Reviewed yesterday

Well worth a visit when passing - accessible from many roads. Not signed well from A38. £3 parking all day, free entry. A special dog walking route takes you past many of the memorials, but then put dog in car to look at some more....More

Thank Toddington_Tom
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Visited yesterday. There is so much to see, we only saw about half of it, if that. Free parking and entrance, although they rely on donations to keep it free. We chose to do the land train tour, which is definitely advisable if you want...More

Thank Rpcooper
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Representing my Father who took part in the Berlin Airlift at the rededication of the memorial at the NMA. Car park is way too small for the facility so had to use the overflow car park just down the road. Hopefully a larger car park...More

Thank Panaboy56
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

So parking is £3 and the museum it's self is free to get in. Every day at 11 they hold a service of some form or so I was told when I visited. We went on a Sunday and got to see a beautiful service...More

Thank Nicole2701
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Almost a full day spent in awe visiting a lot of the memorials. Difficult to see each one in one visit but that's a good excuse to go back. It all certainly makes you think about the horrors of conflict It's all very well thought...More

Thank Mike T
Reviewed 4 days ago

Such a serene and moving place to visit, the staff were all very helpful and knowledgeable and nothing was too much trouble. This place was on my friend's "bucket list" and I am so glad to have visited as well. The grounds and monuments were...More

Thank Mrs Anne F
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Excellent visit.. beautiful tranquil memorial grounds to walk or get land train to commemorate each and everyone serving in every country Beautiful place

Thank Kay6969
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I first visited this place when it was still being developed the plants were just going in the trees everything was brand new and me and my husband went to the carol service and we thoroughly enjoyed it we went around the grounds and my...More

Thank angie D
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is truly an amazing spot, moving, beautiful and well thought out!! You cannot just rush in and out this is an all day place, a well spent day. No admission.

Thank ns_fullmoon
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

If you are anywhere in the area, the NMA IS A MUST VISIT regular services held in the chapel, the land train gives a good overview of the site (150+ acres) so wear COMFY SHOES Poignant, thought provoking and humbling , the NMA simply blew...More

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1 September 2017|
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Response from memorialarboretum | Property representative |
Hello, Thanks for your question. A daily Act of Remembrance, with 2 minutes Silence, is observed on a daily basis in the Millennium Chapel at 11am. A welcome talk follows the Act of Remembrance.
tony t
29 July 2017|
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30 June 2017|
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Response from memorialarboretum | Property representative |
Thanks for your question. A direct bus service operated by Midland Classic operates between Burton upon Trent and Lichfield, the service stops in the nearby village of Alrewas, approximately a 20-minute walk from the... More