Tenby Museum visits Community groups across Pembrokeshire

Posted by on Apr 18, 2019 in Blog, News | No Comments

Tenby Museum visits Community groups across Pembrokeshire    On the 17th of April Tenby Museum’s Curator Mark Lewis and Events & Community Coordinator Chloe Ashton-Milton brought a slice of the museum’s history to the Memory Support Group in Haverfordwest.  The museum’s Dementia Friend’s trained staff delivered the session and the group were extremely grateful and […]

Beneath Our Feet – Treasure & Portable Antiquities from South Pembrokeshire relating to Medieval Trade

Posted by on Apr 17, 2019 in Blog, Event Archive, Forthcoming Events, News | No Comments

On the 15th of May at 7pm Tenby Museum & Art Gallery Presents Saving Treasures; Telling Stories is an HLF funded project which is acquiring archaeological objects for local and national collections, providing training for heritage professionals and volunteers and engaging local communities with their pasts through the funding of community archaeology projects led by local […]

Successful Opening of new exhibition by Olivia Argent

Posted by on Apr 13, 2019 in Blog, Exhibitions, News | No Comments

The new exhibition, Old & New Works – The Journey by Olivia Argent was officially opened last night (Friday 12 April). Curator Mark Lewis introduced Oliva, saying, “Many of the works express so much emotion and movement and tell such stories in very few lines; they are I feel like the visual equivalent of the […]

Volunteer Open day

Posted by on Apr 9, 2019 in Blog, Event Archive, Forthcoming Events, News | No Comments

Interested in becoming a volunteer at Tenby Museum & Art Gallery? Come along to our open day on the 2nd of May from 10.30am until 12pm. Get the chance to have a natter over tea, coffee and of course a few biscuits with the friendly Museums staff, current volunteers and trustees. We have lots of […]


Tenby Museum and Art Gallery are very happy to be welcoming back Artist Olivia Argent. Her previous exhibitions have included “Knowing the dancer from the dance” and “Dancing into the spotlight”. Tenby Museum will be the first to see Olivia’s latest work which will feature a diverse selection showcasing 32 pieces of dance inspired canvases. […]

Rascal the Easter Bunny

Posted by on Mar 22, 2019 in Blog, Event Archive, Forthcoming Events, News | No Comments

Hippity Hoppity Hop!!! Rascal is back to Bop! Come and meet Rascal the Easter Bunny on the 19th of April at 3.30pm. Meet at Tenby Museum and follow Rascal up Castle hill to Celebrate spring with the real Easter Bunny. 30 minutes of fun and laughter; -Meet, greet and introduce -Bunny hopping race -Bunny dance […]

A Tragedy at Loveston

Posted by on Mar 19, 2019 in Blog, Event Archive, Exhibition Archive, News | No Comments

As part of its regular series of talks about local history and natural events Tenby Museum and Art Gallery welcomed David Llewellyn, archivist with a keen interest in the local mining history, to give a talk on Loveston Colliery disaster. The event was extremely well attended and took place on the 15th of March. Many […]

100% Tenby

The current exhibition at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, rightly entitled “100% Tenby” is a little different from usual. It is, said Trustee Kathy Talbot, a ‘cornucopia of Tenby’ – Jan Regmortel who has a great love of Tenby and lived here as a child, has, over 25 years, collected paintings of Tenby and has […]

St Davids Day competition

Posted by on Feb 26, 2019 in Blog, News | No Comments

Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus! Happy St Davids day! To celebrate our Welsh heritage this week,We are giving away 6 Adult Annual Passes for you & your family, (Kids already have free entrance) This includes free daily entrance to the Museum & Art Gallery for a whole year! Post your pictures on own social media sites https://www.facebook.com/tenbymuseumandartgallery/ of […]

Review of Greenwich Meantime & Navigation at sea- A talk with Mick Brown

Posted by on Feb 22, 2019 in Blog, Event Archive, News | No Comments

Mick Brown gave a fascinating talk last night at Tenby Museum on the history of navigation.  He started the talk by discussing how animals navigate in comparison to humans before examining in more detail the history of maritime navigation.  This, he illustrated, was all based around the accuracy of coordinates, namely working out the latitude […]