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Discover the aviation and wartime history of south Pembrokeshire, take a trip back to the 1940s and experience the restored Control Tower building as it would have been during the war years. Don a helmet, take cover and sing wartime songs in our...more
All reviews run by volunteers large car park on display small museum world war guided tour local volunteers piece of history keep up the good work well worth a visit control tower air raid enthusiasts crewe field restoration exhibits
This is a lovely little museum, run by very enthusiastic volunteers, when we entered we were given an introduction to the museum by one voluteer then one of the other volunteers took over and gave us a guided tour, he gave us a potted history...More
Found this wonderful place by chance and were offered a guided tour by one of the lovely volunteers. What an amazing place, lovingly restored by a group of enthusiastic and dedicated local volunteers, with excellent knowledge and a real enthusiasm for this important historical landmark....More
This is an amazing little museum tucked out of the way and easily missed, it is a true piece of history as this was a WW1 and WW2 airfield. It is mostly only open on Sunday's and for special events, but if you have any...More
Possibly one for the aircraft/world war two enthusiast, or those of a younger persuasion who need to know the why`s and wherefore`s of the years past.
Situated on the edge of a world war two airfield, the control tower has/is being lovingly restored by a...More
A lovely day out today at a special day supported by multiple forges, emergency services and charities. Simple family fun with motorbike displays, spitfire exhibition, bands, Welsh tommie display etc. In addition some simple fun games for kids. A lovely day out and a change...More
We really wanted to see this but day we went it was closed. In fact it was closed all week to prepare for a show they are putting on. Bit gutted but if you do fancy it check out the website for opening details! We...More
Came her with J and her brother and Skippy his dog. All of us were made very welcome. The museum is run by volunteers and all were enthusiastic and were able to bring to life many of the artifacts on display.
Its only a small...More
this is a fantastic place for the history of the military in Pembrokeshire, the gentlemen that were on hand gave a very good talk about the place and surrounding area, very interesting and plenty of exhibits on show, large car park, with toilets (disabled) in...More
This is a great little WWII control tower, that is developing every year. The wings over Carew event in August is a real treat, though very busy. Go another time to have more time to look around with out the crowds.
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