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Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust operates Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre, and is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1120476. We do not receieve any regular external funding and rely on donations to continue to operate.

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Summer’s here…

… and the time is right for exploring Pembrokeshire’s amazing history!

We realise that a trip to a museum might not be top of everybody’s list when in Pembrokeshire – after all, with the UK’s only coastal National Park, a host of award winning beaches and an array of activities to suit every taste, why would it?

This summer, however, a visit to Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre can be all things to all people: an oasis of calm away from the busy beaches, a place to stay dry on a rainy day, somewhere to while away an hour or two with a Coffee and Free Wi-Fi, or somewhere to discover something new!

Fun for all the family

Whether its a quick bit of coloring in, a marathon lego session recreating Pembroke Dock’s impressive naval vessels or the challenge of finding all ten of our elusive Welsh dolls, all of our children’s activities are included in the entry price, and we don’t charge a penny extra!

Children enjoying facilities in the Heritage Centre.

We’ve also got dressing up clothes and a number of other activities and games that will keep little ones busy whilst you grab a coffee and a slice of cake.

Heritage Walks

For those who want to walk among our history – whether you are new to the history of Pembrokeshire or are somebody that has already discovered the county’s heritage – our knowledgeable volunteers will be leading a Heritage Walk at 11.00am every Wednesday during the holidays, from July 24.

If you are interested, meet at the Heritage Centre before 11.00am to be guided around the fascinating history of the only Royal Dockyard in Wales, before returning to the Heritage Centre.

Walks will take about an hour and a half, but this may vary depending on weather etc. The route is relatively level, mainly along pavements, and does include some parts which are near to busy roads in this working commercial port.

Normal admission to the Heritage Centre applies, with no additional charge for the walk.

For more details on the walk, see the event on our Facebook page.

For more details on all our events and activities, please also see our What’s On page, or contact us on 01646 684220 or email