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Lamphey, Bishops' Palace
Extensive remains of a grand medieval palace of the bishops of St Davids, which has been sensitively renovated recently. A regular programme of events is held in the summer.
Manorbier is a small seaside village noted for its beach and well preserved medieval castle. The beach is popular with surfers and holidaymakers and spectacular views can be seen from the towers of the castle. The Norman knight Odo de Barri was granted the lands of Manorbier, Penally and Begelly in gratitude for his military help in conquering Pembrokeshire after 1003. Explore Manorbier Castle and bring a little bit of history to life. The impressive Great Hall, Chapel and Turrets are dotted with life size figures and some prisoners in the dungeon!
The old docks has been completely refurbished to form a large marina, around which are situated the museum, Dockside Gallery, restaurants and bars. Boat trips and live entertainment all add to the occasion.
Buses: 302 | 356
Pembroke Castle is a well preserved and imposing sight in the middle of the town. Dating back to the 13th Century, the castle's central feature is the 75 feet high Great Tower. King Henry VII was born hereand displays commemorate this and reveal the castle's important role in our national heritage.
Buses: 349 | 356
Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre
Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is home of The Sunderland Trust and spiritual home of the wartime Sunderland Flying Boat T9044 which sank at Pembroke Dock in November 1940. Many parts of T9044 recovered by the Sunderland Trust Dive Group are on display at the Heritage Centre splendidly conserved by Trust Volunteers as part of the flying boat workshop area. The trust has the aim of bringing the world’s only surviving Mark I Sunderland Flying Boat back to the surface.
Buses: 348 | 349 | 356
A very popular resort town noted for its harbour and sandy beaches. Walking around the old town always reveals something of interest, with a variety of shops and cafes and a local market all adding to the atmosphere of the town.
Tudor Merchant's House, Tenby
Owned and managed by the National Trust, the famous 15th Century Tudor Merchant's House is the oldest residence in Tenby. It stands on Quay Hill, between the harbour and Tudor Square.
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