Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, in Pembrokeshire, is the oldest independent museum in Wales. Established in 1878 the Museum has a collection of local geology, biology, archaeological and maritime artefacts.
There is plenty of amusement for children including Pirate Treasure Trails, gallery quiz sheets and jigsaw puzzles, both fun and educational. You can also dress up as a pirate and enjoy the hands-on archaeology. There are also two hands-on displays for children and families in the galleries
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Tuesday to Saturday 10am until 4pm (last admission 3.30pm)
Adult £4.95 - The reusable ticket scheme means all tickets can be used for one year after purchase so as many return visits within that time can be made at no additional charge. All children up to the age of sixteen have FREE Admission to the museum when accompanied by an adult
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