After a successful first full visitor season, the Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre will be closing for two winter months – December and January. The Centre, in the Royal Dockyard Chapel, will close as from Monday November 30th. However, it will open especially for parties already pre-booked and also extends an invitation to organisations and groups […]
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An Annual subscription. Becoming a 'Friend' of the Sunderland Trust for just £25 allows you to enjoy access to the Heritage Centre exhibition facilities, including the Coffee Shop, with no further entrance charges for one year.
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“Fantastic work gone into this museum. Such memories came flooding back.” AR. Glamorgan.
“Thanks for a very interesting afternoon. Most informative.” J & FB. New Zealand.
“I liked the room with all the model aeroplanes the most.” JM. West Midlands.
“Enjoyed the exhibition and the preservation of interesting wartime history.” MC. Wiltshire.
“What a Gem of a museum! Lots of interesting information. TEWs. Lancashire and Yorkshire.
More Happy Visitors
“Wonderful Centre. My father was here in 461 Sqn during the War. Thanks for your help and friendliness giving us background on Dad’s experiences and the workings of Pembroke Dock. B & IB. Australia.
“Splendid museum and Café, also thoroughly enjoyed the Flying Boat Interpretation Centre – such enthusiasm from ‘the boys’. ” SC. Worcestershire.
“Superb – how wonderful to see all this history remembered – Nice cake too! MR. Devon.
Even More Happy Visitors
“Very informative and moving displays about the role of the Armed Forces at Pembroke Dock. A real credit to the volunteers.” J.B & GC. Bath.
“Very interesting, keep the history alive, very important!” R & TT. Sheffield.
“We liked all of the models of the boats and planes.” C Family. Southampton.
“So wonderful to see where my Dad served in WW2 with 461 Sqn. Thank you for preserving this.” C & LS. Australia.
“Lovely ‘lemon drizzle’ cake and very interesting museum. G. family. Suffolk.