About the museum

Within a general collection of items relating to the local area there is a small collection of objects associated with the Castlemartin Troop of the Pembroke Yeomanry Cavalry and Pembroke Cavalry (Castlemartin) (Hussars).  Currently on display is a sword taken from one of the French invaders at Fishguard in 1797.


At present the remainder of the Collection is not on public display but is accessible by appointment. Research facilities are available.  A book on the First World War, “Tenby Remembers” recounts the stories of the men form Tenby who served in the forces during the conflict, based on the Tenby Roll of Honour.


Coach Parking
Car Parking
Lecture Room
Disabled Access
Education service

Opening Times


Daily 10am - 5pm.

November to January

10am - 4pm.


Adult £4.95
Child: free when accompanied by an adult.

Admission ticket valid for 12 months.
Groups & schools: by appointment


Castle Hill, Tenby, SA70 7BP

Tel 01834 842809

Tenby Museum and Art Gallery

Visiting Advice

Town centre location.
Audio tour available.