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Narberth Museum, Narberth
(4.8/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Narberth Museum is located in Narberth. Our Canaston Bridge holiday planner makes visiting Narberth Museum and other Canaston Bridge attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Treated with kid gloves by the town, an insight into how life ebbs and flows in Narberth and Pembrokeshire. Stuff for adults and kids and a smile from those who run the place. A wonderful couple of ho...  more »
  • A wonderful museum that is packed full of local history. The displays are beautifully put together and engaging for most ages. There is a special children's area underneath willow sculptures of trees,...  more »
  • Make the effort to find the Narberth Museum, it's a little bit tucked away but they've got signs up on the main shopping street to direct you. This little museum kept our family of 3 (2 adults and a 6...  more »
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  • A lovely museum set in a picturesque town in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. The museum is modern and well presented with excellent facilities and great staff. The museum is set in the Bonded Stores building and the displays, which occupy a single upper storey of the building, tell the story of the building and the town, and put them into a regional and national context. There are good interactive exhibits that support the displays. We visited during the school holidays, and there were children's art-and-craft and worksheet activities available (at a small extra cost). The highlight for our younger children, though, was the Mabinogion woodland glade area, with dressing-up, role-play, wooden toys and puzzles and more.
  • Not the biggest museum, but worth a look.
  • Great find on a wet day. Provided a couple of hours entertainment and interest for adults and children (2 and 6)