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The Museum is housed in one of the oldest buildings in Milford Haven. Designed by Swansea architect, Jernigan, it was built in 1797 for the storage of whale oil awaiting transhipment for sale in London. Milford Haven has been connected with a number...more
Hours Today: 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Milford Marina The Docks | The Docks, Milford Haven SA73 3AA, Wales
All reviews oil industry well worth a visit fishing industry stair lift local history brass rubbings knowledgeable staff bronze age entrance fee run by volunteers gift shop whale oil first floor rainy day couple of hours the ground floor a great place to spend
I see one review says "staff went out of their way to help", but as far as we were concerned no one could have been more helpful. The staff (two volunteers) showed us around the museum and were full of knowledge of, not only the...More
Visited today. Entrance prices were so reasonable!! £5 for us both. There were so many interesting things to see and read and hear. We were there for nearly 2 hours and would highly recommend a visit here. The museum is run solely by volunteers and...More
Insight into history of Milford Haven, with enough well-presented information and artefacts to give meaningful understanding. Friendly and helpful staff, dogs allowed, kept my 10-year old interested, and really clean lavatory! All round great value!
Went to Milford Haven Marina, which is great, and found the museum. The two chaps were extremely helpful and knowledgeable. It gives the history of Milton Haven with its links to Nelson and of course the oil industry. The route with sound bytes and videos...More