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National Memorial Arboretum

Croxall Road | Alrewas, Lichfield DE13 7AR, England
+44 1283 245100
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A truly thought provoking and memorable place. Lots to see and walk around. Our daughter enjoyed... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Hollyncharlie
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Essex, UK
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excellent place to visit

wonderful place to visit. so much to see, guides very helpful all the way round. land train and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
helliewelliehelen
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Kent, United Kingdom
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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
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A truly thought provoking and memorable place. Lots to see and walk around. Our daughter enjoyed walking around the trench and carrying her back pack around the arboretum. A place every one should visit!

Thank Hollyncharlie
Reviewed 3 days ago

wonderful place to visit. so much to see, guides very helpful all the way round. land train and buggies suppled to travel round

Thank helliewelliehelen
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a place everyone should visit and pay homage to those gone before. It is a very peaceful place and you cannot help but be touched by the memorials. The Post World War 2 Memorial is awe inspiring. It is very thought provoking when...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

Whatever your views on Britain's military history, you cannot fail to be impressed and moved by the sheer range of the many memorials (largely but not exclusively dedicated the armed services) and the beautiful setting. If you have a limited amount of time,It's worth buying...More

Thank Laurence M
Reviewed 3 days ago

On entering we received a very friendly welcome and as we suffer from disability's were advised to use the golf cart to view the site . this we then did after the service in the Chapel ( not to be missed ) and had a...More

Thank peter p
Reviewed 3 days ago

The NMA is a wonderful place to visit & is a must if in the area. There is so much history. The new extended facilities make a big difference. I highly recommend the Arboretum.

Thank lindikibbey
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The memorial was dedicated on 17 September in a splendid ceremony. There were over 450 attendees and many friends that I served with were there so we had a lively reunion.

Thank James B
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Finally got to visit, and certainly wasn't disappointed, this is a very fitting memorial to our armed services and various civilian organisations, being ex military I found the colle tion of memorials and exhibitions fascinating, the on site facilities are excellent, and surprisingly not expensive,...More

Thank ERIC B
Reviewed 6 days ago

What an incredible place. I strongly disagree with most of the bad reviews of the National Memorial Arboretum. Having served myself, as has my Husband, I have wanted to visit for a long while. We are both very pleased we did. We showed up on...More

Thank Jensadventure
Reviewed 1 week ago

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
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Nicole2701
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.
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tony t
29 July 2017|
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johnagrots
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
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