Things to do and events in Pembrokeshire
Mother nature blessed us with glorious natural attractions, but even away from the coast and mountains, you’ll never have a dull moment. We’re not just beaches or beautiful walks in the country, there’s a wide range of events, days out and attractions just waiting to be explored.
Discover the fascinating history of one of our spectacular castles or ancient monuments, or wander through colourful gardens gathering inspiration. Enjoy the thrills and spills of action rides with your family at an adventure or theme park.
Take a boat trip to explore the islands and wildlife of Pembrokeshire from a viewpoint many don’t get to see. Tuck into delicious food made with the finest Pembrokeshire goodies or watch the experts knock up a dish in minutes at a food festival.
If you are looking for a truly authentic experience, browse nationally acclaimed galleries and museums or get closer to the local artists and makers with a visit to their studios, workshops and mills, they reflect the heartbeat of Pembrokeshire and are an intrinsic part of our identity.
Spend a day wrapped in seaweed or plunge into a warm pool with show stopping views at a totally chilled spa. Then you’re ready to head out to experience the talents of Pembrokeshire’s musicians, whether it is a traditional folk band in the local pub or a classical concert in the grand setting of St Davids Cathedral.
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Ferry House Inn Restaurant
Watch the yachts and the waves roll by and enjoy fresh fish and real ales at our riverside village inn, alongside Pembrokeshire’s beautiful coastal path.
Wild About Pembrokeshire!
Wild about Pembrokeshire! run by Julia Horton-Powdrill, offers wild food foraging walks and courses that will introduce you to ingredients and materials from the wild.
Stackpole Walled Gardens
The 6 acre walled garden on the Stackpole Estate was created around 1770 to provide vegetables and fruit for Sir John Campbell (Lord Cawdor) and his family.