Since 2012, Narberth Museum’s home has been the Bonded Stores, a building with a purpose – to keep people out. Stored inside would have been hundreds of kegs full of valuable but duty-free whisky, brandy and rum. Only when the Revenue Officer and the Stores Manager were both present with their keys could the double locks be opened. The new Narberth Museum has chosen the symbol of the two keys as its logo – but now those same heavy doors are are thrown open and everyone is welcome to discover for themselves the treasures within…
|Child (2 to 17 years)||£1.10||£1.00|
|Child (under 2)||FREE||FREE|
The Gift Aid admission price includes a voluntary donation of 10% more than the standard admission price. If you are a UK taxpayer, Narberth Museum can claim back tax from the government when you pay the Gift Aid admission price. If you are not a UK taxpayer, additional donations to support the work of the museum are very welcome. Any visitor can choose to pay the standard admission prices.
Don’t forget that these are the admission charges for the Museum. There’s no charge to visit the bookshop or coffee shop!
|Tuesday – Saturday||10.00 – 5.00|
Last entry to the exhibition space 30 minutes before closing.
“You’ve completed a search my family began over 40 years ago. Hope to visit in person one day!”