Located in the very heart of rural Pembrokeshire, Narberth is a lovely small town with a big heart and a vibrant personality.
In recent years, Narberth has become known as one of the arts and crafts capitals of Pembrokeshire, a town where there is always something happening. The Queen’s Hall on High Street boasts a year round programme of entertainment including jazz, pop and rock music, as well comedy and drama. The many local hostelries in the town offer a wide choice of food and drink suitable for all tastes. Narberth is a delight to stroll around with its fine Edwardian and Georgian houses and an array of independent little shops lining the streets, selling everything from traditional gifts and antiques to chocolate and fashion.
In addition to a number of art galleries, the town is also home to the Narberth Museum. Through the use of ancient artefacts, models and interactive exhibits, the museum tells the long and fascinating tale of Narberth, from the early days of Narberth Castle through to a reconstruction of the town’s streets during the Victorian Era.
On a slightly more energetic note, children and adults alike will love the thrill of a visit to Oakwood Theme Park, home to daring rides and family attractions. Also close by is Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo; both ideal for a family day out amongst all the sightseeing.
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