Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum

Your support for Westonbirt Arboretum helps to:

care for
15,000
trees

protect
2,500
species

connect
35,000+
people with trees

Become a member

Become a Friend with an annual membership to support conservation and connect people with trees

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Who we are

We’re a registered charity that was established to protect trees and enrich lives at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum. We’re committed to conservation, education and participation to help connect people with trees by supporting a wide range of activities at the arboretum, including:

- Caring for over 600 acres, including five national tree collections

- Providing educational activities for all ages

- Making the arboretum an accessible place for all to enjoy

- Supporting research into trees and their importance

- Raising awareness of the value of trees

As part of our charitable work, we offer annual membership to Westonbirt Arboretum which provides a range of membership benefits to our members, while also supporting our mission, including:

- Unlimited entry to the arboretum

- Kids go free all year round (up to four of your own children/grandchildren aged 18 and under)

- 10% discount on Westonbirt Shop products

- Bi-annual Westonbirt Magazine

- Discounts with local partners

- Pre-sale tickets to Westonbirt events

- Discounted entry into partner gardens

- Plus more!


Family Fun & Flower Power

Family Fun & Flower Power

Whether you seek floral magic or family adventures, explore guided walks, themed activities, and dedicated trails as you unwind and discover the beauty of spring at Westonbirt.

Unveiling the wonders of Westonbirt: The key tree plinth project

Unveiling the wonders of Westonbirt: The key tree plinth project

Discover the fascinating stories behind Westonbirt's trees with the new key tree plinth project, funded by the Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum.

Getting our Hands Dirty: A Tree-mendous Day at Westonbirt!

Getting our Hands Dirty: A Tree-mendous Day at Westonbirt!

Armed with spades, smiles, and enthusiasm, we joined forces with the amazing Westonbirt staff, united by a shared passion for the environment to plant trees as part of the Silk Wood Community Planting Project.