Narberth has a long an interesting history. This story is told through the use of historic artifacts, scale models, interpretive panels and interactive activities.
Mentioned in the Mabinogion as the location of the court of Pwyll Prince of Dyfed.
A scale model of the castle will help you visualize what once stood on the site of Narberth castle that today lies in ruin. An interactive game illustrates the tactics used in medieval siege warfare.
Narberth’s fortunes were greatly improved with the coming of the railway in 1866. A working scale model of the station is set up with trains running to an original timetable.
Walk the streets of turn-of-the-century Narberth and take a look in some of the shops that were around at the time.
One of the most popular areas of the museum for young families is our Mabinogion woodland glade. As well as explaining the story of the Mabinogion through interpretive panels it includes a storytelling chair where children can listen to welsh folk stories in English and Welsh. There are also small puzzles for younger children to play with.
Additionally, there is space for regularly changing temporary or visiting exhibitions.