Opening times and prices

We are open every day (except Christmas Day & Boxing Day) from 10am – 5pm

Free Low Season Returns are valid from Tues 2nd Jan – Fri 9th Feb 2024.

Main Season 2024
Sat 10th Feb – Wed 1st Jan 2025

£8.00 Adults (17+ years)
£5.00 Children (3 – 16 years)
£26.00 Family
(2 x Adults + up to 4 Children)
£5.00 Wheelchair user / disabled with carer per person

Low Season 2025
Thurs 2nd Jan – Fri 7th Feb 2025

£7.00 Adults (17+ years)
£4.50 Children (3 – 16 years)
£18.00 Family
(2 x Adults + up to 4 Children)
£4.50 Wheelchair user / disabled with carer per person.

Our Annual Pass – Great Value!

Adults (Aged 17+) £45, Children (Aged 3-16) £30, Family (2 Adults and up to 4 Children) £100, Wheelchair Users / Disabled / Carer £30 per person.

Valid for 12 months from the date of purchase. It covers normal entrance fees for the Arboretum, Daytime Trails and events within the Arboretum grounds where it states ‘standard/normal Arboretum Admission fees apply.’ Booking is not required for daytime seasonal trails for Annual Pass holders.

Where additional events are ticketed then booking is required (other than our seasonal trails) and you will be required to pay the stated fees.

Purchase of an Annual Pass also includes entrance to The Living Rain Forest in Berkshire and Batsford Arboretum in Gloucestershire.

You can visit them as many times as you wish within the year.

PLEASE NOTE:

If you have a Bodenham Arboretum Family ticket, children will still have to pay entrance to the above Gardens.

If you have Membership of any of the above Gardens concessions which may be granted by those Gardens are not applicable for Admission to Bodenham Arboretum.

Purchase in person or call us on 01562 852444. Download an Application Form here.

 

Weather Conditions

As adverse weather conditions can affect accessibility here at Bodenham we advise that if you have a booking on a day where we experience inclement weather please check here for updates.

Accessibility

Wheelchair Users and People with Limited Mobility

Please note that Bodenham Arboretum is a ‘natural visitor attraction’ and the terrain / pathways may prove challenging at certain points, especially for small-wheeled wheelchairs.