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The Old Customs House
Nelson Quay
Milford Haven
SA73 3AF

Visit the award-winning Milford Haven Museum for a fascinating delve into Milford's past.

They'll take you back to the Bronze Age with an amazing recent discovery before exploring the whaling and fishing industries (and how they put Milford Haven on the map). Then they'll bring you back to the 21st century by looking at the role Milford Haven plays in supporting the world's energy demands.

Milford Haven Museum are passionate about Milford Haven's history and look forward to sharing it with you. They even offer audio tours in English, Welsh and German to help guide you through the many exhibitions*.

The Museum is open Easter to October, Monday - Saturday from 10.30 am until 4pm (last entry is at 3.30pm).


Adults: £4.00 
Children & Concessions: £3.00 
Under 4s: Free 
Family Ticket: £10.00 (2 adults & 2 children)

*This project has been part funded via Visit Wales' Tourism Product Innovation Fund.

Our history

From the whaling industry to global energy leaders, Milford Haven has a fascinating history.

Meet the team

In our regular Meet the Faces feature we spoke to Colin Sharp (Chair of the Board of Trustees) and Sue Kenny (Secretary of the Trust Board) to hear about their special talents, why they enjoy volunteering at the Museum, and lots more.

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