Explore Pembrokeshire with the National Trust

Feel the joys of spring and summer with the National Trust in Pembrokeshire. From colourful coast and countryside to glorious gardens and historic houses, our special places are just waiting to be explored.

Here are five reasons to visit us:

A garden for all seasons
Colby Woodland Garden is a must-visit at this time of year. From blankets of bluebells in the woodlands to an abundance of wildflowers in the meadows, there’s a riot of colour to admire. This summer you can also discover how we’re delivering for nature with our Busy Bees programme of events and activities that the whole family will love.

Celebrate our coast
Join us for a coastal celebration at Gupton Farm as we host our annual Festival of the Sea from 10-12 May. There’ll be stalls, live music, food and drink displays, workshops and outdoor activities to enjoy. Make a weekend of it and stay at the campsite!

Be a Tudor for the day
If you’re all about history and mystery, step back in time at the Tudor Merchant’s House in Tenby and see what life was like in the 1500s. Uncover the superstitions and secrets of Tudor sleep as we launch our Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite programme of activities.

Walk this way
Take your pick from self-led walking routes or come along to one of our guided ranger rambles. Go on a dawn chorus walk to Marloes Mere, see the water lilies in bloom at Bosherston Lakes, try bat watching at Stackpole, uncover the heritage of St David’s Head and learn more of our conservation grazing work at Southwood Farm.

Places to stay
When you’re done exploring for the day, sleep easy in our comfortable and characterful accommodation. From cosy cottages to eco-friendly camping to big group houses, we’ve got plenty of places to stay in spectacular locations. Go on, be our guest.

Every visit helps us to safeguard special places in Pembrokeshire for ever, for everyone.

Find out more on things to see and do with the National Trust in Pembrokeshire at: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/pembrokeshire



Travel restrictions in Wales have been lifted.

Mon 6th July. Visitor attractions reopened to day visitors.

Sat 11th July. Some types of self-contained holiday accommodation will reopen.

Mon 13th July. Some indoor attractions will reopen. Pubs, restaurants and cafes with outside seating will also reopen.

Sat 25th July. Tourist accommodation with shared facilities, such as camping sites reopen.

Mon 27th July. Indoor cinemas, museums and galleries will reopen.

Some Coronavirus restrictions will remain in place so please understand that things may be slightly different. This is necessary to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, to protect our communities, the public and our health services