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The National Coracle Centre

 Cenarth Falls, Cenarth, SA38 9JL

A unique collection of coracles from Wales and around the world, including India, Vietnam, Iraq and America. ...

Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust

 Royal Dockyard Chapel, Meyric Owen Way, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6WS

Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust is home of Pembrokeshire's newest Heritage Centre and spiritual home of the wartime Sunderland Flying Boat T9044...

Melin Tregwynt

 Tregwynt Mill, Castlemorris, Haverfordwest, SA62 5UX

Owned by the same family since 1912, over 25 local people work at the mill and products from this remote corner of Wales can be found in design-led shops and smart hotels, on film and TV. ...

Carreg Samson

 West of Abercastle, SA62 5AN

Carreg Samson is a fine example of a cromlech, an exposed Neolithic burial chamber. Legend has it that St Samson placed the capstone in position using only his little finger. ...

Penrhos Cottage

 3 miles from Maenclochog, SA66 7XT

A carefully preserved thatched cottage or ‘Ty Unos’, unique in Pembrokeshire, of the kind which could be built overnight on land claimed “as far as a stone could be thrown”....

St Dogmaels Abbey

 St Dogmaels, Nr Cardigan, SA43 3EB

Founded about 1115 for Tironian monks. Extensive remains survive dating from the 12th to 16th Centuries. ...

Upton Castle & Gardens

 Upton Castle & Gardens, Cosheston, SA72 4SE

This tranquil garden extends to 35 acres of delightful grounds within Upton Castle including a mature Arboretum, formal rose garden, herbaceous borders, Victorian walled garden and Medieval Chapel....

Tenby Museum & Art Gallery

 Castle Hill, Tenby, SA70 7BP

The museum features the prehistory of the area, maritime and piracy, a local history gallery and the Story of Tenby Gallery as well as two art galleries featuring work by Gwen and Augustus John....

Llawhaden Castle

 Llawhaden, off the A40, Near Narberth, SA67 8HL

A fortified Bishops Palace rather than a castle, but impressively located on high ground overlooking The Vale of the Eastern Cleddau. ...

The Cilwendeg Shell House Hermitage

 Cilwendeg Park, Boncath, SA37 0EW

The Cilwendeg Shell House Hermitage is a most remarkable ornamental shell grotto, and a rare survival in West Wales....

Tudor Merchant's House

 Quay Hill, Off Tudor Square, Tenby, SA70 7BX

Step into the world of a successful merchant and his family in 1500 when this fine three-storey house had just been built....

Narberth Castle

 South end of town, Narberth

A rectangular castle with towers on each corner but, unfortunately, not much remains today. The most fascinating thing about Narberth Castle is the legends that are attached to it....

Tenby Ghost and Guided Walks

 Tenby, Tenby, SA70 7AS

The Story of Tenby covers the towns fascinating history and the Ghost Walk of Tenby is a light-hearted family friendly tour that includes stories of ghost, pirates, witches, tales and traditions....

Tenby Castle

 Castle Hill, Tenby, SA70 7BP

Only a small tower remains of Tenby Castle, perched on top of Castle Hill, which is almost surrounded by the sea. ...

Picton Castle & Woodland Gardens

 Haverfordwest, SA62 4AS

Built in the 13th Century and set in 40 acres of magnificent woodland and walled gardens, Picton Castle is a grand day out. Entrance to castle by guided tour. ...

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