Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre displays tell the story of Pembroke Dock’s social and military history through archive material, and exciting hands-on flying boat simulator and temporary exhibitions – offering a great day out for all our visitors.
We are doing everything we can to keep you and our staff safe so please consider others and don’t try and visit if you are living in a lock down area, or have any symptoms of COVID-19.
We look forward to welcoming you.
10am to 4pm Monday to Friday
Entrance Fees apply
Visitors are required to wear face coverings in indoor spaces at our Museums, in line with Welsh Government guidelines. We reserve the right to refuse entry to those not wearing a face covering without due cause, for example for health and wellbeing reasons.
Advice for our disabled visitors.
Plenty of parking bays located in the carpark.
From the car park there are flat paved routes into the Heritage Centre which can easily be used by all visitors.
Please ask any member of staff or volunteer if you require seating at any location in the Heritage Centre.
The archive material and exhibits have a good standard of written material to support the collections.
Some of the exhibits in display cabinets have low light levels for conservation reasons.
Groups of 10 or more persons are welcome if pre-booked.
The Heritage Centre’s coffee shop is accessible to wheelchair users.
Toilet facilities for the disabled are located off the main reception area.
Baby changing facilities are provided.
All dogs allowed on the site but only assistance dogs allowed inside the centre.
Water bowls are provided at the Heritage Centre entrance on request.
Please be aware that there is no parking with shade on a hot day.
Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their dog(s).
Meyrick Owen Way,
Pembroke Dock SA72 6WS