Women at War Walk

Women at War Walk

Join one of our expert guides to discover some of the memorials which represent women’s service over the last 100 years.

Landscapes of Life Exhibition

Landscapes of Life Exhibition

At the heart of our Remembrance Centre is the permanent Landscapes of Life exhibition. The exhibition, which is suitable for visitors of all ages, uses fully-immersive audio visual displays, interactive exhibits along with traditional interpretation to demonstrate the importance of Remembrance, charting its history from the Bronze age to the present day, helping to set the scene for a visit to the Arboretum.

Also included within the ticket price is access to our temporary exhibition gallery which displays a rolling programme of exhibitions from traditional artworks to modern installations and use of an Arboretum audio guide which interprets 93 of the memorials onsite.

Land Train

Land Train

Complete with pre-recorded commentary, the Arboretum's 50 minute land train tour is an excellent way to take in a large proportion of the site's fascinating memorials.

Special Forces Buggy Tour

Special Forces Buggy Tour

Join one of our expert guides on a 50-minute buggy tour of our grounds to ensure you don't miss out on visiting some of the memorials which are further away from our Remembrance Centre, including the Christmas Truce Memorial and Allied Special Forces Memorial Grove

Guided Walk Non Group

Guided Walk Non Group

Enhance your visit with one of our guided tours. Our experience guides are extremely knowledgeable about the history of our site, the memorials which feature and our plans for the future. Hear more about the stories and symbolism behind many of the memorials onsite on one of our daily Guided Walks.

Saplings Sensory Session

Saplings Sensory Session

Little Saplings Sensory Play
NEW for 2017, our Little Saplings Sensory Play and Story Telling is designed to help our youngest visitors enjoy the Arboretum.
During the winter months, the sessions for pre-school children will be held in our new Remembrance Centre and in the warmer weather the activities will be based in the Arboretum grounds.
With the exception of our first session on Friday 13 January, each session will run on the first Friday of the month at 10.30 am. The cost is £1.50 per child, adults free.


Motobility scooter

Motobility scooter

The Arboretum is expansive encompassing 150-acres of maturing woodland and gardens. Wheelchairs and electric scooters are available to hire for the day for a small charge by visitors.To ensure availability all wheelchairs and mobility scooter should be booked in advance.

Wheelchair

Wheelchair

The Arboretum is expansive encompassing 150-acres of maturing woodland and gardens. Wheelchairs and electric scooters are available to hire for the day for a small charge by visitors.To ensure availability all wheelchairs and mobility scooter should be booked in advance.

Passcendaele 100 Guided Walk

Passcendaele 100 Guided Walk

30 July - 12 November

Passchendaele 100 Guided Walks

Also known as the 3rd Battle of Ypres, the Battle of Passchendaele was known for the treacherous muddy conditions which took its toll on morale and lengthened the time it took for the Allies to recapture the village of Passchendaele. British casualties were estimated at around 270,000.

In this centenary year, join one of our expert guides on a tour of our site to hear about some of the memorials linked to the Battle of Passchendaele.


Twilight Trek

Twilight Trek

Twilight Trek Explore the Arboretum under the shadow of Twilight. This atmospheric guided walk offers the opportunity for visitors to take a rare glance at the Arboretum at sunset. The price for the ticket includes Tour Guide, LED lantern, route map and owl encounter.

Holly Wreath Making

Holly Wreath Making

Create the perfect masterpiece to dress your front door this Christmas. Join us for a two-hour masterclass where you will receive step by step tuition along with a warming mulled wine and mince pie. All materials are provided. Booking Essential.

Spotlight on Ride to the Wall

Spotlight on Ride to the Wall

From humble beginnings� join Ride to the Wall founder Martin Dickinson to learn more about this fantastic fundraising event which will celebrate its tenth anniversary in October.

Spotlight on The Caribbean Contribution

Spotlight on The Caribbean Contribution

Discover more about the Caribbean military contribution and the role the community played rebuilding post war Britain.

Spotlight on Heroine at Home

Spotlight on Heroine at Home

Learn more about the role of women on the Home Front during World War I.

Spotlight on Wild Birds in Winter

Spotlight on Wild Birds in Winter

Join young TV naturalist and blogger Georgia Locock who will be sharing her love of the natural world with our audience during our December Spotlight On.