Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is an independent attraction operated by Pembroke Dock Heritage Trust, a registered charity. We are an all weather family attraction in the heart of Wales’ only Royal Dockyard, celebrating the significant heritage of this unique west Wales town.
“Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is currently closed to the public until further notice. We will continue to remain open online and we’ll be adding more digital content during the closure to enable you all to experience the collection and stay connected to the Heritage Centre.
Thank you in advance for your continued support – we look forward to welcoming you back soon.
In the meantime, please stay safe, and stay connected!”
Graham Clarkson – Chairman of PDHT
Trustees of the Heritage Centre:
“We are looking forward to welcoming our visitors back and have implemented a range of measures across our site to ensure a safe and great day out for the whole family. Our friendly staff are also committed to creating a considerate and respectful environment for all our visitors. With our expansive space and engaging exhibits, we are the ideal day out for all weathers.”
No donation is too small; anything will assist the Trust at this very difficult time. If you can donate please use our Local Giving page, and if you are a UK taxpayer please also remember to “Gift-Aid” your donation as this will add 25% to the Trust’s receipts. Anyone wishing to set up a direct debit – thank you! – can also do so via our Local Giving page.
Alternatively you can post a cheque, payable to Pembroke Dock Heritage Trust, to Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre, Meyrick Owen Way, Royal Dockyard, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6WS.
With many thanks for your support in these exceptional times.
Graham Clarkson (Chair), John Evans (Patron), Trustees, Staff and Volunteers.
Welsh Government Guidelines mean we are closed until further notice. We have put new measures in place to keep you and our staff safe once we are open.
Opening Times 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday
Entrance Fees apply
Visitors are required to wear face coverings inside The (in indoor spaces at our) Heritage Centre and in line with Welsh Government guidelines. We reserve the right to refuse entry to those not wearing a face covering.
However, you may have a reasonable excuse not to wear a face covering if (for example):
· You are not able to put on or to wear a face covering because of a physical or mental illness, or because of a disability or impairment;
· You are accompanying somebody who relies on lip reading where they need to communicate;
· You are escaping from a threat or danger and don’t have a face covering.
We are doing everything we can to keep you and our staff safe so please consider others and do not visit if you are living in a lock down area, or have any symptoms of COVID-19.
The Heritage Centre has new social distancing measures in place and a one-way visitor flow is in operation.
Hand sanitiser is available and a requirement upon entry into the Centre. All our toilets are provided with disinfectant sprays and again hand sanitiser is also available and a requirement before entering the toilets. We encourage all visitors to act in a manner that respects the safety of others.
Our site has a large green space, ideal for a summer picnic with ample onsite parking available. The Heritage Centre shop and coffee shop will also be open, in line with the Welsh Government guidelines, with a contactless payment facility located at the reception desk.
The Pembroke Dock Heritage Trust operates Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre and is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1120476. Company registration number 05920931.Donate here: https://localgiving.org/donation/pdst