Museums & galleries in Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire boasts not one but two fine galleries: The newly opened Glan-Yr-Afon/Riverside in Haverfordwest displays work from the National Library of Wales and at the Oriel y Parc gallery, fine landscapes are 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 that includes a Victorian Manor House museum. Narberth Museum is filled with clever, engaging exhibits. Tenby Museum & Art Gallery 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.
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St Davids Cathedral Festival
World class music in the most beautiful city in Wales. 2022 headliners include BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Voces8 and Rachel Podger, Florilegium, Connaught Brass, the Jess Gillam Ensemble, British Sinfonietta, Morriston Orpheus Choir and the NHS Choir singing the Jubilee Prom in the Palace. Runs Friday 27 May to Sunday 5 June.
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Picton Castle Gardens
Pembrokeshire’s hidden gem! A 13th century castle surrounded by 60 acres of enchanting RHS partner gardens, The Welsh Owl Garden & Zoo and Maria’s courtyard restaurant.
Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre
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. Our new exhibition ‘The Millennium Falcon – The Last Ship Built in the Royal Pembroke Dockyard’ is now open.