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Carew Cross

 Carew, Nr Pembroke, SA70 8SN

A superb example of an early Christian Celtic stone cross, with intricate carving and patterns, can be found next to the castle car park. ...

Stepaside Ironworks and Colliery

 Pleasant Valley, Narberth, SA67 8LN

The former Pembrokeshire Coal and Ironworks company produced pig iron for this site from 1849. The remains have recently consolidated with improved public footpaths around this fascinating site. ...

Narberth Museum

 The Bonded Stores, Church Street, Narberth, SA67 7BH

Narberth Museum has just opened in the historic Bonded Stores. Discover more about the people and places that made this ancient market town....

St Govan's Chapel

 St Govan's Head, Nr Bosherston, SA71 5DR

A tiny hermit’s cell built into the cliff at St Govan’s, near Bosherston, South Pembrokeshire. ...

Carew Castle & Tidal Mill

 Carew, Tenby, SA70 8SL

An enormous stone castle in a picturesque location next to the mill pond, which powers the tide mill. The castle is ruined now, but was once a powerful stronghold and a grand Elizabethan mansion....

Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre

 Dockyard Chapel, Meyrick Owen Way, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6WS

Explore over 200 years of Pembrokeshire's Maritime, Military and Social History. Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is an all-weather family attraction in the heart of Wales' only Royal Dockyard....

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. ...

St Davids Cathedral

 St Davids, SA62 6RH

St Davids Cathedral is a remarkable place, built in 1181 on the site reputed to be that of St David's 6th century monastic settlement....

St Marys Church

 High Street, Haverfordwest, SA61 1TD

The Church of St Mary, a Grade 1 listed building containing much early 13th Century work, overlooks the High Street and is a large parish church of one of the smallest parishes in Wales...

Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort

 Meline, Off A487 Cardigan-Fishguard Rd, Nr Newport, SA413UT

Situated in the rugged north Pembrokeshire landscape, Castell Henllys is a reconstructed Iron Age hill fort. Archaeological excavation of the site has enabled the National Park Authority to realis...

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....

Y Felin Mill

 Mill Street, St Dogmaels, Nr Cardigan, SA43 3DY

Y Felin is one of the last working water mills in Wales producing traditional stoneground flour. Y Felin produces a range of stoneground flours to buy plus guided tours of the mill....

St Davids Bishop's Palace

 St Davids, SA62 6PX

The remains of the Bishops of St Davids principle palace are located alongside the cathedral in the tranquil valley of the river Alun. ...

Cilgerran Castle

 Castle Square, Cilgerran, SA43 2SF

A striking 13th century Norman castle with a commanding position, perched on a craggy promontory, high above The River Teifi....

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”....

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