Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre

Ynglŷn â Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre

Pembroke Dock's internationally significant heritage is celebrated under one roof in the historic Royal Dockyard Chapel, now Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre.
Displays tell the story of the town from its origins as Wales' only Royal Dockyard where over 260 vessels were built, including five Royal Yachts.
Later in the town's history, the Royal Air Force based squadrons of flying-boats in the natural harbour of the Cleddau Estuary and the town became the world's largest military flying boat station, playing a vital role in the Second World War Battle of the Atlantic.
The town's remarkable history is recorded and preserved here for families to explore and discover.

Gwybodaeth Ychwanegol

Open from December to December.


  • Baby Changing
  • Cafe
  • Disabled Access
  • Disabled Toilet
  • Groups welcome
  • Highchair
  • Parking (free)
  • Shop
  • Toilets
  • Wet Weather attraction


By Rail: regular trains travelling west from Swansea, Carmarthen and Tenby terminate at Pembroke Dock.
From the Railway Station, the Heritage Centre is a fifteen minute walk west down Dimond Street, Queen Street and then south down Commercial Row to the pedestrian gate of the car-park.
By Bus: regular services, including 349, 356 and 361, run from Haverfordwest, Milford Haven and Tenby, stopping at Albion Square, less than five minutes’ walk from the Heritage Centre.