A PEACE­FUL PLACE OF RE­MEM­BRANCE AND IN­SPI­RA­TION

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RE­MEM­BRANCE

The 350 me­mo­ri­als hon­our not just the mil­i­tary but also the emer­gency ser­vices and other or­gan­i­sa­tions such as the Women’s In­sti­tute, the Women’s Land Army, Scouts, the RNLI and Sal­va­tion Army.

TAKE YOUR TIME

The Re­mem­brance Cen­tre fea­tures ex­hi­bi­tion spa­ces, Gift Shop and res­tau­rant. From here the stun­ning Boyes Gar­den leads vis­i­tors out into the site.

REAL STO­RIES

There’s a story be­hind each of the thought-pro­vok­ing me­mo­ri­als – each a work of art in it­self. Take a guided tour or lis­ten to a talk and be en­thralled as the sto­ries re­ally come to life.

IN­SPI­RA­TION

The Ar­bore­tum is a won­der­ful place to visit for a calm, peace­ful walk through the beau­ti­ful wood­land. Wan­der down av­enues re­mem­ber­ing those who gave their lives, or just en­joy the va­ri­ety of land­scapes and gar­dens.

EX­HI­BI­TIONS

The fas­ci­nat­ing Land­scapes

of Life ex­hi­bi­tion ex­plores how and why we re­mem­ber. The Thank You: Lega­cies of

War ex­hi­bi­tion opens on 3 Au­gust and fea­tures the now ev­ery­day items whose devel­op­ment can be traced to the First World War. The Na­tional Me­mo­rial Ar­bore­tum is open daily (ex­cept Christ­mas Day), 9am-5pm (dusk in win­ter). En­try is free but do­na­tions are wel­comed.

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