Membership benefits

There are so many reasons to become a Friend

Become a member at Westonbirt

By joining the Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum, as a member, you're directly supporting the conservation of this world-renowned tree collection and its surrounding environment. As well as supporting some amazing work, your membership will give you access to some great benefits:

Free entry into Westonbirt Arboretum to enjoy every season

Please check whether you are required to pre-book a time slot to visit Westonbirt Arboretum here


Kids go free!

Bring up to 4 of your own children or grandchildren free of charge (age 18 and under)


10% discount at the Westonbirt Shop

Show your membership card to the shop staff before purchasing to receive your member discount.


Member Tuesdays – bring a friend for free on Tuesdays between 09 Nov 2021 – 29 Mar 2022 incl.

Simply pre-book a free time slot for yourself and a secondary time slot for your friend up to seven days in advance. You will be required to show your valid membership card along with confirmation of both time slots at the Welcome Building when you visit.

Book your time slots here...

Valid for one friend per member per visit only


Behind the scenes Westonbirt Magazine and regular Friends’ eNews

Opt in to receiving eNews by emailing membership@fowa.org.uk


Free, fun, seasonal, educational activities


Discounts with local partners

Including Cotswold Outdoor, Runners Need and Go Ape


Earlybird booking for Forest Live concerts


Earlybird booking for Enchanted Christmas trail


Free entry or two-for-one discounts for adults at selected partner gardens


And of course, the knowledge that you're supporting the conservation of trees for future generations to enjoy.


Please note that all membership benefits are subject to change without notice.

Join today

Select your membership to start your year of incredible days out while supporting our wonderful causes

Membership policy

Not sure on something to do with your membership? Take a look at our FAQs


There are loads of ways you can support the arboretum. How about becoming a member?