National Memorial Arboretum awarded Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice

Allied Special Forces Memorial Grove

The National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire, has been awarded a 2020 Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Award, the latest in a series of accolades for the 150-acre woodland and garden site, which has been previously named VisitEngland’s Large Visitor Attraction of the Year. Each year the Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice Awards are bestowed on locations that consistently receive exceptional feedback from visitors and the Arboretum is now considered in the top 10% of visitor attractions around the globe.

Tripadvisor is the world’s largest travel platform and home to more than 860 million reviews of 8.7 million businesses. The Arboretum has been reviewed 3,500 times, with 97% of contributors awarding four or five stars, alongside glowing comments about their experience.

Mark Ellis, Head of Visitor at the National Memorial Arboretum, said:

“This award is a testament to our incredible team of staff and volunteers, who are always ready to go the extra mile in providing a first-class experience for all of our visitors. Since we re-opened to pre-booked visitors in June we have continued to offer our customary high standard of customer service, while introducing a programme of additional measures to support the national response to COVID-19. Over the summer we have continued to expand our offering when permissible, safe and sensible, including expanding our food and drink services, re-introducing our Land Train and the opening of two new Second World War themed outdoor escape challenges.”

Kanika Soni, Chief Commercial Officer at Tripadvisor, said:

“Winners of the 2020 Travellers’ Choice Awards should be proud of this distinguished recognition. Although it’s been a challenging year for travel and hospitality, we want to celebrate our partners’ achievements. Award winners are beloved for their exceptional service and quality. Not only are these winners well deserving, they are also a great source of inspiration for travellers as the world begins to venture out again.”

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