Visiting the arboretum
The arboretum covers the whole of the campus, so to see all the trees is a day's visit.
The campus is open all year round, however there are parking charges 8.30 am to 5.30 pm Monday to Friday and, during term time, parking space is very restricted. A bus service calls at Keele regularly during working hours.
Government guidance continues to encourage people to stay at home as much as possible, limit contact with other people and keep your distance if you go out (2m). If you still choose to visit campus we would ask that you respect this guidance and help the university ensure the health and safety of our remaining students, staff and local communities. Thank you.
Once on campus this Guided Walks leaflet is available to download or it can be obtained from the Chancellor's Building and from 24 hour reception.
Following the removal of the Rhododendron and Larch in an attempt to combat Phytophthora; re-growth is being treated to contain it. We therefore ask that you stick to paths to prevent spread of spores and keep dogs on a lead for their safety.
National collection of flowering cherries
The cherry collection is also spread around campus; this Guide to the National Collection of Flowering Cherries will help to locate them.
See this PDF to help you decide when to come: Cherry flowering times.