It’s the school holidays and time to find the best things to do this Summer in Pembrokeshire. Whether you’re a local looking for something to do on Bank Holiday Monday, or visiting on holiday there are plenty of activities going on to keep families entertained. Take a look at our post, 30+ of the best things to do this Summer in Pembrokeshire (2022):
(More events being added soon!)
- The Best things to do this Summer in Pembrokeshire
- Theme Parks in Pembrokeshire
- Pembrokeshire Coast Summer Days Out
- Visit Pembrokeshire Castles this Summer
- Summer Events at Carew Castle
- Summer Events at Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire
- Party in the Castle (Pembroke Town Walls Trust)
- Black Mountains Falconry
- Siege The Day – with the Merrymakers
- The Merrymakers “Keepers of the Castle”
- Merrymakers Knight School
- Outdoor Theatre: The Reluctant Dragon
- A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Evening Outdoor Theatre
- Living History The Sealed Knot historical re-enactment group
- Country Manors in Pembrokeshire
- What’s on this Summer Holidays at Scolton Manor, Pembrokeshire
- Summer Fair
- Summer at Picton Castle, Pembrokeshire
- Around and on the Water in Pembrokeshire this Summer
- Rainy Day Activities in Pembrokeshire this Summer
- Boat Trips in Pembrokeshire
- Wildlife in Pembrokeshire
- Pembrokeshire Leisure Centres
- 25. Summer Reading Challenge at Pembrokeshire Libraries
- Become a ‘Gadgeteer’ at Pembrokeshire Libraries’ Summer Reading Challenge
- Pembrokeshire National Trust
- Films, Theatre and Entertainment in Pembrokeshire
- Crafty Activities Summer 2022
- Milford Haven & Milford Waterfront
- Summer Events at Milford Waterfront
- Stay at Milford Waterfront
- Top 30 + Things to Do This Summer in Pembrokeshire
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The Best things to do this Summer in Pembrokeshire
1. Get to a Pembrokeshire Beach this Summer
While in Pembrokeshire, a visit to the beach is a must. There are so many Pembrokeshire Beaches to choose from (I’ll need to dedicate a whole post to them) and there are beaches suitable for everyone. We love visiting new-to-us beaches in Pembrokeshire and we also have our old favourites that we like to visit again and again. Our favourite’s include Broad Haven (North), Barafundle Bay and Cwm yr Eglwys.
Pembrokeshire is proud to have many easy access beaches. A number of beaches have mobility equipment, including beach wheel chairs to hire. Windswept Watersports have also had a hoist installed on their pontoon on Dale Beach.
Finish a beach day with the British tradition of chips on the beach or if you fancy something different you could always have a burger in Broad Haven or pizza in Newgale!
(there are too many beaches to mention here, message me if you want to know more about a specific Pembrokeshire beach)
Theme Parks in Pembrokeshire
2. Manor Wildlife Park
We always get Manor House Wildlife Park Season tickets as it’s one of our favourite places to visit throughout the year. We love the walk through enclosures- the wallabies and lemurs are gorgeous. There are also terrific tigers-Jaya and Terima, and super Siamang Gibbons, Lisa and her new, hopefully beau, Denzil. Kids also love the play areas, willow houses and pizza in the cafe.
Find out more: https://www.manorwildlifepark.co.uk/
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3. Summer at Folly Farm Adventure Park & Zoo
A visit to Folly Farm is always fun with so much do during your visit. If you plan to visit more than once during the holidays, consider buying a Season Ticket. This award-winning attraction has over 750 animals at their zoo, including a Pride of Pembrokeshire Lion Enclosure, Rhinos at Kifaru Reserve and Wild Dogs in Asian Adventure. Be sure to visit Giraffe heights and Penguin Coast too.
During your visit you can also get up close to furry and feathery farmyard friends in the Jolly Barn, such as goats, sheep, pigs and donkeys. In addition to the animals, you get a lot of fun included in the price of your ticket including eight adventure play areas, cars, sand and diggers. For an additional cost (tokens are available to buy 50p each) there is a vintage fairground and arcade and electric go-karts at Follystone Racetrack. There are also plenty of food and drink outlets, baby change facilities and a gift shop. Overall, there are 120 acres of fun so there really is something for everyone whatever the weather!
It is open 10am – 5pm daily during the Summer Holidays.
Tickets (prices correct 2022): Unders 2s: Free, Toddlers: £13.95, Child: £19.95, Adult: £21.95, Family Annual Pass: £200 (and visit as many times as you like)
Find out more: https://www.folly-farm.co.uk/
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4. The Dinosaur Park Tenby
The Dinosaur Park is great fun to visit, in addition to the amazing dinosaurs there are also lots of amazing manned rides included in the entrance fee. This makes the Dinosaur Park a great value day out.
Find out more: https://www.thedinosaurpark.co.uk/
Read more Dinosaur Park Tenby posts.
5. Oakwood Theme Park
We’re so excited that Oakwood has reopened and great news for 2022- Bounce is back! Perfect for young children, older kids, teens and thrill seekers, enjoy the best rollercoasters in Wales, such as Treetops Rollercoaster, Megafobia and Speed.
Find out more: https://www.oakwoodthemepark.co.uk/
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Oakwood After Dark Returns This August
After Dark at Oakwood is back. Now you can enjoy 12 hours of theme park fun, thrills, DJ sets, Colourfest (the ultimate UV powder party) and fireworks that the whole family will love this summer!
After Dark takes place every Wednesday, Saturday and Bank Holiday Monday in August!
Open 10am – 10pm!
There is no additional charge for After Dark – it is included in the ticket when purchasing Day, Season or Annual Pass!
More information here: https://www.oakwoodthemepark.co.uk/events/after-dark/
6. Clerkenhill Adventure Farm & Frisbee Golf
Another all year round favourite days out of ours is to Clerkenhill Adventure Farm and Frisbee Golf. We love the special walks, seeing the farm animals, the play areas and playing a round of crazy golf.
Find out more: https://clerkenhill.co.uk/
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7. Heatherton Theme Park
Enjoy a fantastic family day out at Heatherton World of Activities just 3 miles from Tenby in South West Wales.
Whether you love the thrill of speeding round a go kart track, the adrenaline rush of a high ropes trail, the mental challenge of Escape Rooms or the fun of an ENTIRE zone dedicated to play, they have it all at Heatherton.
Find out more: https://www.heatherton.co.uk/
Read more posts about Heatherton.
Pembrokeshire Coast Summer Days Out
8. Castell Henllys
10am – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm
Experience the Iron Age at Castell Henllys Iron Age village. With your entry ticket you will have three hours to explore all of the outdoor and indoor areas of Castell Henllys Iron Age Village, including the woodland and Barefoot Trail. In the village itself, friendly members of the tribe will tell you all about life in the Iron Age. You will also have the opportunity to take part in a crafty activity or to watch a demonstration of an ancient craft.
If you want even more of an adventure then you can purchase a self-led activity ‘Warrior Quest’ where there are riddles to solve and challenges to complete with a prize for those who succeed!
Find out more: https://www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/castell-henllys/
Summer events at Castell Henllys: https://pembrokeshirecoast.bookinglive.com/en_GB/home/castell-henllys/
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9. Summer Fun Trail at Oriel y Parc
16th July to 4th September
Join us for a fun trail in our centre and grounds, find all the clues to win a small prize!
£2 per child, includes a special prize!
19th July – 30th July
Artist in Residence Tower – Flight Inspired – The Birds of Pembrokeshire’s Coastal Habitats by Elly Morgan
Enjoy this feast for the eyes with clay silhouette figures of the birds of the Pembrokeshire Coast complemented by hand drawn sketches and poetry.
See more events and find out more: https://www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/oriel-y-parc/
Visit Pembrokeshire Castles this Summer
10. Carew Castle
Carew Castle’s rich history spans over 2,000 years and tells of knights of the realm, kingmakers, Elizabethan intrigue and Civil War devastation.
Set in a stunning location overlooking a 23-acre Millpond, the Castle is one of the most architecturally diverse in Wales; from the west a Norman fortress, yet from the north a splendid Elizabethan mansion.
The site also includes the only restored Tidal Mill in Wales, an 11th century Celtic cross, a Medieval bridge and picnic area all linked by a mile-long circular walk, suitable for buggies and wheelchairs, with magnificent views over the Millpond.
There is a free car park and it can be lovely just to walk around the castle and enjoy a picnic.
If you wish to explore the castle too, entry prices are:
Adult (17+): £6.50
Child (4-16): £4.50
Concession (65+ or student with student card): £5.50
Family ticket (two adults and two children): £18.50
Annual Pass/Carew Resident/Wheelchair User/Carer: Free
Carew Castle is open daily: 10am -4.30pm
Summer Events at Carew Castle
There are a number of additional activities planned to keep your children busy this summer, including A Knight’s Quest (for an additional £1) and Horrid Histories (included in admission price). Look out also for Days of Medieval Merriment, Forest Fairy Friends Festival, a Ghost Walk, Medieval Weekend , Sandy Bear Family Fun Day (24th July)and an evening castle tour. There are also a number of open air theatre shows including, Jane Eyre (26th July), Rapunzel- a Tangled Musical (9th August), Awful Auntie (23rd August) and Dracula (3rd September).
Find out more: https://www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/event
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11. Summer at Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire
After a row around Pembroke Castle with Paddle West (see below), explore the castle and grounds. Pembroke Castle is an enormous oval castle, mostly surrounded by a serene mill pond. It was extensively restored in Victorian times, and is dominated by the complex gatehouse on the outside and the huge circular keep once you’re inside. The walled town of Pembroke which grew up around the castle also contains many ancient and interesting Norman buildings.
Don’t forget that guided tours are included with your entry fee (from £6 for children 3+), the guides are all very friendly and happy to pass on the most amazing stories, suitable for all ages.
There is also a shop, a brass rubbing centre and café.
Find out more: https://pembrokecastle.co.uk
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Summer Events at Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire
Party in the Castle (Pembroke Town Walls Trust)
Pembroke Town Walls Trust invites you all to their sixth Party in the Castle. Bring a picnic, chairs and rugs and listen to bands – the Castle kitchen will be open, classic cars on display and many local businesses with stands showing and selling their lovely products. Games for the children, hands on pottery and wood turning. And find out about the work that the Town Walls Trust are doing to preserve Pembroke’s medieval walls for future generations.
Gates open at 5pm and the event will finish at 8:30pm.
Tickets: £5 each and £12.50 for a family of four.
Black Mountains Falconry
These magnificent birds of prey return to Pembroke Castle and they are always a big crowd pleaser. You will see falcons, owls, buzzards and hawks and there will be a fantastic flying demonstrations with audience participation.
The birds will be on display from 11:00am – 4:00pm and the flying displays will take place in the Outer Ward at 12:00pm and 3:00pm. The flying displays are weather dependent.
This event is suitable for all ages and will take place most Wednesdays from 27th July 2022 (please check dates before travelling).
Siege The Day – with the Merrymakers
Most Thursdays from 21st July 2022.
The Merrymakers “Keepers of the Castle”
Most Mondays from 25th July 2022.
Merrymakers Knight School
Most Tuesdays from 26th July 2022.
Outdoor Theatre: The Reluctant Dragon
3rd August 2022, 6.30pm
When a boy finds a dragon up on the Downs he’s not in the least surprised. He’s always known the cave there was a dragon cave, so it seems only right for a dragon to be living in it. But this particular dragon is not a bit like the ones in fairy tales – this one writes poetry and doesn’t like fighting!
Quantum Theatre’s enchanting adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s, The Reluctant Dragon is a touching, sweet and funny tale of bravery, friendship and derring-do for all the family.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Adult (16-64) – £16
Concessions (Seniors 65+ /Children 3-15) – £11
Registered disabled £11 (plus one free carer)
Under-3s – Free
A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Evening Outdoor Theatre
Shakespeare’s most enduringly popular comedy of love and intrigue, magic and mayhem, is brought to life by family favourites Quantum Theatre in their wonderfully funny and exuberant production of the Shakespeare classic.
Suitable for all age groups.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Adult (16-64) – £16
Concessions (Seniors 65+ /Children 3-15) – £11
Registered disabled £11 (plus one free carer)
Under-3s – Free
9th August 2022, 6.30pm
Living History The Sealed Knot historical re-enactment group
Join The Sealed Knot at Pembroke Castle for a Civil War re-enactment on the very ground that one of the most important battles of the war took place.
13 August and 14 August 2022
Country Manors in Pembrokeshire
12. Scolton Manor, Haverfordwest
There’s always lots going on at Scolton Manor and there will be special events during the summer holidays in Pembrokeshire too. Scolton Manor isa traditional Victorian country house near Haverfordwest surrounded by 60 acres of park and woodland. Nature trails feature through the peaceful woods along with plenty of open spaces, most of which is accessible for people in wheelchairs, those with limited mobility or small children in pushchairs. For youngsters, there’s space to unwind including an adventure play area plus picnic area for mum and dad to have a sit in the sun!
There are also children’s climbing and scrambling walls, a wooden maze and other play features dotted around the park. Amenities include picnic tables, toilets and a tea-room serving homemade cakes, snacks and light lunches. Dogs are welcome in the park, providing they are kept on a lead
Our top tip: Print out one of Scolton Manor’s free activity sheets to complete during your visit, such as the Sculpture Trail Quiz.
– Manor House open daily: April-October: 11am-5pm
Up to 2 hours – £3.50
Up to 4 hours – £4.00
All day – £4.50
Annual parking ticket available – £25.00
Adults – £3.50
Concessions / Children – £2.35
Family Ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children) – £9.35
Under 4s – Free
Eat at Edie’s Tearoom, Pembrokeshire
Delicious eats and treats in Edie’s Tea Room including a family picnic box (2 adults and 2 children) for £25 Available daily between 11.30am and 4pm.
Find out more: https://www.facebook.com/scoltonmanor/
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What’s on this Summer Holidays at Scolton Manor, Pembrokeshire
Welshstock at Scolton Manor, Pembrokeshire
Friday 22nd – Sunday 24th: 11am – 6pm (day) 7 – 11pm (night)
Family festival packed full of enchanting entertainment, magical workshops and tribute bands.
Day tickets: £12 adults, £2 – £7 children.
Evening tickets: £15 adults (18 yrs +)
More info: https://welshstockfestival.com/
Fantasy Frocks Exhibition
Friday 22nd – Sunday 24th, 11am – 5pm
Pop-up exhibition of the most eclectic costumes in our collection.
Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st, 10am – 4pm
Variety of stalls in the Green Barn. Free entry.
13. Summer at Picton Castle Gardens, Pembrokeshire
Picton Castle Gardens is one of Pembrokeshire’s finest stately homes surrounded by 60 acres of some of the most beautiful woodland gardens and grounds in West Wales, and The Welsh Owl Garden & Zoo. A magical day out for the whole family.
The Welsh Owl Garden & Zoo has recently undergone a huge transformation! The zoo has doubled in size and inhabitants! There are still over 25 species of owls and exotic birds on display, but they are also now home to many other mammals and reptiles including the famous otter Freddie! The Welsh Owl Garden & Zoo will have a full daily schedule of flying displays and handling sessions, starting at 11am and ending with a fantastic display in front of the castle at 3pm.
Summer at Picton Castle, Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire Attractions will be at at Picton Castle this summer with a vintage fairground. Open daily from Saturday 16th July 11am – 4pm.
Normal admission applies:
Families (2 adults & 2 children) £34
No pre-booking is necessary, and parking is free!
The castle is open daily and is accessible by guided tour only for an extra cost:
- Adults & Seniors £6
- Children aged 5-15 £4
- Carers and under 5s FREE
Find out more: https://www.pictoncastle.co.uk/category/events
Read more Picton Castle Gardens posts.
Around and on the Water in Pembrokeshire this Summer
14. Llys-y-Frân Lake
After a major redevelopment, Llys-y-Frân Lake recently reopened. For a parking charge of £3 there is a lot to enjoy from walking, cycling, visiting the church, the Dam, visitor centre, play area and cafe.
For an additional fee there are extra activities, such as archery and watersports.
Find out more: https://llys-y-fran.co.uk/
15. Milford Beach Activity Centre
New for 2022
Milford Beach Activity Centre provide water based activities including Paddle Board Hire, Kayak Hire and Shoreline Tours.
Taster sessions are currently still for £10 for a single kayak or paddleboard and £15 for a double kayak until Sunday 17th July as a special opening offer. Open evenings from around 1600 today with the last paddlers able to go out at 8pm. Opening times are tide and weather dependent. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for up to date information.
Price: (From Monday 18th July) £15 per hour for a single kayak or paddleboard and £20 for a double kayak.
Find out more: https://milfordbeachactivitycentre.co.uk/
16. Summer Holiday Activities with Paddle West
Do you have adventurous kids age 7-16? Why not book a session with Paddle West for them as part of your holiday? The majority of the land-based activities will take place at Dewslake while water-based activities are on Pembroke Castle Mill Pond or the nearby estuary.Paddle West’s sessions are led by experienced outdoor instructors to keep your children safe while they experience new, exciting activities.
Sessions are £50 per child per day and run from 9am to 5pm.
Find out more: https://www.paddlewest.co.uk/childrens-activities.html
17: Paddle West Pembroke Row Boats
Paddle West’s Pembroke Row Boats are now open. Take a scenic row around Pembroke Castle. Open from 10am until 4pm every day (weather permitting).
Price: £15 a boat
More information here: https://www.paddlewest.co.uk/castle-row-boats.html
Keep an eye on their Facebook page for up to date weather and opening times announcements: https://www.facebook.com/Paddlewest/
Find out more: www.paddlewest.co.uk
18. Llanion Cove Outdoor Adventure Centre
Book some fun outdoor activities at Llanion Cove. Llanion Cove is set within a picturesque ancient woodland area on the banks of the river Cleddau with trails for walking.
The Cove is a balconied waterfront cafe, restaurant and bar, a large venue with panoramic views of the Cleddau estuary.
Llanion Adventures offers kayaking, sailing, power boating and many other water based activities.
Within the grounds there is an indoor climbing wall suitable for both novice and experienced climber
alike this can be rented with a qualified instructor and is home to local climbing clubs. There is also an enclosed five a side/ basketball court.
Find out more: http://www.llanioncove.com/
19. Wild Lakes
Find your Wild Now! Whether its eating in the Tipi’s, learning to boulder, having a blast on the Ringo or mastering wakeboarding. There’s something for everyone at Wild Lakes this Summer!
Wild Lakes offer wakeboarding lessons, bouldering wall lessons, yoga and also have tipis open serving lunch & dinner times for post activity recovery. The Aqua Park will be open Tuesday to Sunday during the Summer Holidays. Booking recommended.
Find out more: www.wildlakeswales.com.
Rainy Day Activities in Pembrokeshire this Summer
20. Hangar 5 Trampoline Park and Soft Play
Let the kids bounce off their energy at Hangar 5 Trampoline Park and Soft Play. Their time attack activity is located next to the trampolines and is free to use when you book an hour or two hour bounce. The soft play is £3 to enter the 0-3 area per child (parents and carers are permitted). It’s £5 to enter the 3-8 years soft play and no adults are allowed in. The cafe is open to bouncers and non-bouncers alike to grab a coffee, tea or cold drink, and, during peak times the kitchen is open serving a range of hot freshly prepared foods.
Find out more: https://hangar5.wales/
Boat Trips in Pembrokeshire
21. A Boat trip to Caldey Island, Tenby
Reopening Wednesday 13th April 2022 (no sailings on Good Friday or Sundays)
A day out in Tenby is always fun and all through Summer the day trips to Caldey Island will be running again. Caldey Island is a holy island and home to Cistercian monks. Enjoy the boat trip, then take a walk exploring the island. Visit The Priory, Churches, Perfume Shop, Chocolate Factory and Lighthouse. It’s a lovely day out.
Find out more: https://caldeyislandwales.com/
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22. Summer at Skomer Island
If you enjoy boat trips a day out in Skomer island is a must. Enjoy a scenic walk around the island taking in all the nature and wildlife. Wear sturdy shoes and bring your binoculars, lunch, water and a camera.
Find out more: https://www.pembrokeshire-islands.co.uk/boat-trips/land-on-skomer/
Skomer Island post coming soon!
Wildlife in Pembrokeshire
23. Welsh Wildlife Centre
I’ve included the Welsh Wildlife Centre as it’s on the Pembrokeshire/Cardigan border. It’s a lovely place to visit and they always put on great activities for children. Explore nature at the centre and Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve. There are regular sightings of kingfisher, otter and wading birds, Teifi marshes is home to some of the most wonderful flora and fauna in the UK. This Summer holidays they’re offering crafty afternoons, mini beast safaris, clay creature modelling, shelter building, slate painting and a nature walk with nature activities. There’s also food to eat at the Glasshouse Café. Check their website for the activity days, times and prices.
Find out more: https://www.welshwildlife.org/visitor-centres/the-welsh-wildlife-centre/
Read more Welsh Wildlife Centre posts.
Pembrokeshire Leisure Centres
24. Pembrokeshire Leisure Centres
There are lots of activities going on at each of Pembrokeshire’s Leisure Centres: Crymych, Haverfordwest, Fishguard, Tenby, Pembroke and Milford Haven. These activities include: Mini Gold, Nerf Gun Fun, Fun Football, Scoot and Skate, Swimming and Inflatable Fun. Check your local leisure centre for days, times and prices.
Find out more: https://pembrokeshireleisure.co.uk/holidays/
25. Summer Reading Challenge at Pembrokeshire Libraries
A visit to the local library is always a must to inspire a love of reading. There are also audio books and DVDs available to borrow. During the summer they run Summer Reading Challenges and special events. Even if your kids are younger or older, it’s still a great time of year to pop down and borrow some books for summer reading.
Become a ‘Gadgeteer’ at Pembrokeshire Libraries’ Summer Reading Challenge
Children aged 4-11 are challenged to become ‘Gadgeteers’ this summer at Pembrokeshire Libraries.
From Saturday 9th July the Summer Reading Challenge begins and this year’s theme is all about science and innovation and has been developed in partnership with the Science Museum Group.
The Challenge will celebrate the role of the imagination in both reading and the sciences.
The Summer Reading Challenge combines FREE access to books with fun, creative activities during the summer holidays.
To become a Gadgeteer, your child will be asked to read six library books over the summer.
At each visit to the library, they will receive free stickers and giveaways as an incentive to complete their reading mission.
To take part, drop in to your local library and ask to register your child. If you are not a member of the library, you will need to bring ID that includes your address.
Pembrokeshire National Trust
26. Summer at Colby Woodland Garden
Set in a tranquil secret valley this hidden woodland garden with a rich industrial past is full of surprises. The gardens are beautiful. Spring brings carpets of bluebells, crocuses, and daffodils, then swathes of camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas, followed by hydrangeas and the summer wildflowers. Enjoy shady woodland walks, the wildflower meadow and colourful walled garden in summer. Explore the meadow with its lovely stream, stepping stones, log bridge and abundant dragonflies and butterflies. Build dens in the wood, play on the rope swings, bring a picnic and let the kids play in the stream and relax.
Open: 10am – 5pm (the Walled Garden’s close at 4pm and the Team Rooms and Gallery at 4.30pm)
Colby Woodland Garden is now charging for parking, instead of an admission fee. Please note, the pay and display machines takes COINS only.
Parking Charges are as follows:
Free for National Trust Members and Blue Badge Holders.
Car: £3 up to 3 hours; £6 all day.
Find out more: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/colby-woodland-garden
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Films, Theatre and Entertainment in Pembrokeshire
27. Summer Events at Queens Hall, Narberth
As always there are lots of events taking place at the Queen’s Hall in Narberth. Look out for the Big Community Soup and Community Clean-Up (20th July), Summer Market (23rd July), Kid’s Dance Party (26th July), Civic Week Fashion Show (29th July) and Narberth Vintage, Antique & Maker’s Market (30th July).
Find out more: thequeenshall.org.uk/whats-on
28. TRYCHFILOD A’R CAMPAU CAMPUS – THE GREAT INSECT GAMES
21 Aug 2022
“Trychfilod a’r Campau Campus” is a fun, interactive, musical show for children and their grown-ups, where silliness is the name of the game! With their trusty trunk of tricks and their spinning Olympic rings of chance, two burly grasshoppers invite you to join them on an adventure and discover the legend that is The Great Insect Games.
29. “The Wind in the Willows” at the Torch Theatre
A summer afternoon in Wild Wood, while the animals sat, ate picnics and played with their friends, a mischievous ‘poop poop’ echoed in the trees.
Join Mole, Ratty and Badger in a floor stomping, hilarious recount of this woodland adventure as they save Toad and his shiny new motorcar from deep trouble.
Described as “Remarkable” this new adaptation, assisted with some great folk-rock tunes, is perfect for the modern day audience. An acclaimed, not to be missed, story comes dramatically alive.
£14.00 | £10.00 CHILD | £40.00 FAMILY
30. Films at the Torch Theatre, Pembrokeshire
It’s such a treat to watch a film, during the school holidays. This Summer, the Torch Theatre are showing Minions: The Rise of Gru (18 July – 2 September) and Thor: Love and Thunder (18 July – 28 July).
Find out more: https://www.torchtheatre.co.uk/
Crafty Activities Summer 2022
31. Make Your Own Castle at East Gate Creative Hwb CIC
27th July 10am – 12pm
Create your own castle themed pottery! Think grand castles, knights and dragons… the only limit is your own creativity.
Entertain your kids in Pembroke’s East End for the whole day. Join us for a 2 hour workshop with Mena Williams of Mena Ceramics, then grab some lunch before heading over to the The Hope Inn for a film at 1pm.
During the workshop with Mena the children will learn how to work with clay to make their very own pottery creations. This fantastic workshop will open their minds to a whole new level of creativity. From learning the basics of working with clay, to decorating with their own colours of choice. Usually suitable for children from around 8 years.
32. Children’s Workshop – Make Your Own Garden Ornaments, East Gate Creative Hwb CIC
Wednesday 10th August 10am- 12pm
Create your own garden ornaments! Think gnomes, mushrooms, fairy doors and windows and more… the only limit is your own creativity…
Entertain your kids in Pembroke’s East End for a whole day! Join us for a 2 hour workshop with Mena Williams of Mena Ceramics, grab some lunch, and then head to The Hope Inn for a film at 1pm.
During the workshop with Mena the children will learn how to work with clay to make their very own garden ornaments. This fantastic workshop will open their minds to a whole new level of creativity. From learning the basics of working with clay, to decorating with their own colours of choice. Usually suitable for children from around 8 years.
Find out more: https://www.eastgatecreativehwb.co.uk/
Milford Haven & Milford Waterfront
33. Milford Waterfront’s Heritage Walk
Milford Waterfront’s New Heritage Walking Trails consists of three trails, Historic Haven, Water Ways, and Energy Kingdom. You can complete all three trails as we did, choose one trail at a time or just dip into a little bit of history when you happen to spot one of the banners during your visit.
When you get to a banner, you will also see a poster on the lamppost featuring stories and amazing artwork created by pupils from Milford Haven School. Scan the QR code to read the full stories written by talented youngsters.
Combine your walk with a visit to Milford Museum and lunch on the Marina.
Find out more: https://www.evans-crittens.com/2021/07/milford-waterfronts-new-heritage-walking-trails.html
Read more Milford Waterfront posts.
34. Milford Haven Museum, Pembrokeshire this Summer
Find out more about the fascinating history of Milford Haven at Milford Haven Museum. A great value place to visit with family tickets costing just £10.
Find out more: https://www.milfordhavenmuseum.co.uk/
35. Phoenix Bowl (and Pirate Pete Soft Play)
Phoenix Bowl is a great activity, even on a rainy day. The bowling lanes are open Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 11pm, with a maximum of six people per lane. There is also a soft play area for younger kids, arcade games and a cafe.
Find out more: https://phoenixbowl.co.uk/
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36. Under the Bridge, Milford Waterfront
If you’re local, aged between 11 and 18 years old and looking for fun things to do during the school holidays then look no further, Under the Bridge is back!
Brought to you by Milford Youth Matters, MYM Ambassadors, Port of Milford Haven and part funded by The National Lottery Community Fund for Wales, Under the Bridge offers a variety of free and fun interactive activities for you to enjoy.
Each session welcomes talented guests with activities including inflatables, chalk art, graffiti art, special effects make up, football, music, dance and more!
If you’re interested in attending an event (or all of them!), book a place on Eventbrite.
Find out more: https://www.milfordwaterfront.co.uk/whats-on/under-the-bridge-2022
Summer Events at Milford Waterfront
37. Milford Haven Street Food Festival
5 – 7 August
Street Food Warehouse are back at Milford Waterfront in August for another epic weekend of fantastic food in 2022!
Read about: Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival (past event)
Free entry (upgrade tickets available). Cashless Bar and Various Food Stalls.
More info: https://streetfoodwarehouse.co.uk/milfordhaven/
Stay at Milford Waterfront
As you cans see, there are lots of things to do this summer at Milford Waterfront, Milford Haven. See what it’s like to stay at Milford Waterfront in our review of the new hotel, Tŷ Milford Waterfront, Pembrokeshire.
Top 30 + Things to Do This Summer in Pembrokeshire
As you can see there is lots going on in Pembrokeshire this Summer. There are also plenty of free parks, woodland walks and free activities to enjoy during the holidays. Find more things to do in Pembrokeshire and free things to do in Pembrokeshire on Diary of the Evans-Crittens.
If you think I’ve missed one of the best activities in Pembrokeshire out please contact me and let me know!