Welcome to the Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre

Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust are delighted to welcome visitors to the recently opened Heritage Centre. We make every effort to open six days a week - Monday to Saturday with doors opening at 10:00am and closing 4:00pm. This normally includes 'Bank Holiday Mondays' but if you are travelling any distance please do telephone to make sure. Admission: Adults £3.50, Children £2.50, Family Ticket (2 Adults + 2 Children) £10.00, Concession entry £2.00. Children under 7 years of age - no charge.

Recruiting Call for Heritage Centre

26 Sep
Volunteer Recruitment Day

The Volunteer Team which runs Pembrokeshire’s newest visitor centre – in Pembroke Dock’s elegant Royal Dockyard Chapel – is looking to add recruits to the ranks. Potential volunteers are invited to a Volunteer Recruitment Open Day on Wednesday 8th October at the Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre – which was opened by The Queen in April. […]

Airfield Return for Pilot’s Family and Friends

23 Sep

The ashes of a Sunderland pilot have been scattered on the airfield where he made wartime aviation history. The wife and grandson of Gordon Singleton were joined by friends at Angle Airfield where in May 1943 he landed the four engined flying boat on grass after an epic rescue in the Atlantic. Gordon, then serving […]

Volunteer Recruitment Open Day

18 Sep

Wednesday 8th October, 10.00am – 4.00pm All Welcome! Meet new people, socialise in a friendly environment and help keep our heritage alive for future generations. All we ask of a potential volunteer is to spare three hours per week to help. Volunteers are a vital part of the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust’s activities and without […]

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From the Visitor's Book


“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.

Brooklands GENERATOR 3 413 676

“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.

Peoples Collection 1 676

“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.