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Out & About


Enjoy a great day out with Welsh Heritage; from magnificent castles, abbeys and Museums.

The Coach House - Welsh Abbey
The Coach House is the visitors centre of the historic St Dogmaels Abbey, Pembrokeshire.

This rare example of a self-sufficient 18th-century Welsh minor gentry estate has survived virtually unaltered. The pleasure grounds and ornamental lake and parkland provide peaceful walks.

National Coracle Centre
A Museum and Workshop of Coracles from around the world set in the grounds of a 17th Century Flour Mill beside the beautiful Cenarth falls famed for its Salmon Leaps and 200 year old Bridge over the Teifi River.

Cilgerran Castle
Cilgerran Castle stands on a precipitous, craggy promontory overlooking the river Teifi where it merges with the Plysgog stream.

Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort
Castell Henllys is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and one of many prehistoric promontory forts in the National Park dating to around 600BC.

St Davids Cathedral
Since the 6th century there has been a church on this site. For the past 1500 years prayer and worship has been offered to God on a daily basis which continues to this day.

Internal Fire Museum of Power
The collection covers early oil engines through to gas turbines but with the emphasis on diesel power from the 1920s to the 1960s.


Pentre Ifan

Pentre Ifan is a splendid burial chamber with a huge capstone delicately poised on three uprights. The burial chamber dates back to about 3500 BC and stands on the slopes of a ridge commanding extensive views over the Nevern Valley.



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