Tenby Museum & Art Gallery
RNLI Lifeboat Stations
It's well worth popping into this swanky new lifeboat station to see the boats, watch footage of them launching and learn a little about...
William Paxton built his saltwater baths above the harbour in what is now Laston House. The Greek writing on the pediment translates as...
Tudor Merchant's House
Tenby's oldest buildings are found on steep Quay Hill. This handsome town house was once the dwelling of a late-15th-century merchant...
Tenby House is a lively hotel bar with cool tunes on Friday and Saturday nights, and a sunny, flower-bedecked courtyard for summer...
Atmosphere-wise, this place instantly impresses; it's perfect for a romantic, candlelit dinner. Tucked down an alley in Tenby's oldest...
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Tenby Museum & Art Gallery information
Housed within the ruins of a Norman castle, this museum covers the town's development from a fishing village into a 19th-century seaside resort bigger than Blackpool, with interesting exhibits ranging from delicate Roman vases to a Victorian antiquarian's study. There's also a re-created pirate's cell and a gallery including paintings by Augustus and Gwen John.