Welcome to Arley Arboretum

We are open Wednesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm

However we will be closed on Friday 13th May from 1pm onwards.

All Arboretum Day Passes must be pre booked, however we do understand that weather plays a big part in your decision to visit us so you are able to book up to an hour before your chosen time slot.

For booking, please click the link below:


Please book using a tablet or computer, where possible as this ensures your connection to the payment gateway remains consistent and strong, so reducing the chance of failed bookings.

Online booking allows us to stagger arrival times across the day, minimising queuing on arrival. It also allows us to keep a close eye on capacity and ensure visitor numbers remain at a manageable level.

Entrance costs

  • Adults (16 years and over): £6
  • Children 3-15 years: £3 including interactive trail (given on arrival).
  • Under 3 years: Free of charge
  • Dogs*: Free of charge

On arrival at the arboretum please make your way to the kiosk or tearoom where we will check you against our pre-booked visitor list.  Please retain your booking confirmation until you have completed your visit.

* Well behaved dogs on leads are always welcome both in the Arboretum and Tearoom (Please use bins provided to clean up after your 4 legged friend, and keep them under control if they are enjoying time with you in the tearoom).

Annual passes, RHS Members and Gardeners World 2 for 1

Please click here to book your timeslot on line.

RHS Members – Free entry Wednesday to Friday

Gardeners World – 2 adults for the price of one Wednesday to Friday, please ensure you book 2 adults when booking, your discount will be applied at checkout.

Annual Pass – Wednesday to Sunday, normal opening hours (excludes special events).

2022 Annual Passes

Adults: £30.00
Children: £15.00


We look forward to welcoming you back.

Safe journey and see you soon.


“Voted best places in Britain to see the autumn colours”

BBC Countryfile 2017

“Voted best places in Britain to see the autumn colours”

BBC Countryfile 2017

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