From national treasures to tiny workshop galleries.
The gallery at Oriel y Parc has one of the finest landscape galleries with work displayed from the National Museum of Wales’ collection.
But unfortunately you can’t take those pieces home!
To get your hands on a fabulous work of art you’ll need to track down one of the art galleries in Pembrokeshire that house work by a collection of artists: painters, sculptors, potters and jewellery makers all under one roof.
Pembrokeshire’s colourful past can be seen in several museums. Scolton Manor is a 60 acre country park which includes a Victorian Manor House museum. It has recently completed a major face lift to restore its historic walled garden. Milford Haven heritage and maritime museum covers everything from whaling to modern day petroleum.
Narberth museum is filled with clever, engaging exhibits; who would have thought that a little town has so much to tell? Tenby Museum is a treasure chest of history, telling the story of a fishing and trading port that became a fashionable resort.
The Last Invasion Tapestry in Fishguard is an amazing embroidered 30 metre long tapestry that tells the story of the 1797 last invasion of mainland Britain. It took 70 women two years to complete this stitching masterpiece.
Search for museums and galleries in Pembrokeshire.
A not-so-hidden gem, Narberth boasts one of the best high-streets in the country. Think independently owned shops and galleries, boutiques, excellent café’s, and one of the busiest music venues in the county.
Visit castles that have witnessed the birth of kings and the discovery of ‘dragons’, explore enchanted islands said to conceal treasure, and retrace the stories of knights, pirates, monks and mermen.
Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) is literally the sport of kings and provides a versatile, exhilarating and active way to explore the coastline of Pembrokeshire.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.