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Experience a Unique Pembrokeshire Attraction
Built to a ‘local’ design, Carew Cheriton Control Tower uniquely features a bay window. Now restored to its 1940’s condition by our team of dedicated volunteers, based on first hand experiences from personnel based on the site during the war.
Take a trip back in time and experience the Control Tower as it would have been during the war years. In addition we have also reconstructed a Stanton Air Raid Shelter and have now collected a huge range of wartime exhibits in our museum.
Happy New Year All. Unfortunately over the Christmas period our existing website had become compromised, we have decided that this would be the perfect opportunity to launch a new site and start fresh. Unfortunately due to the circumstances we have been unable to prepare a new site in advance but will be working hard over the coming months on new […]
Nadolig llawen a blwyddyn newydd dda Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all at Carew Cheriton Control Tower Thank you for your support and we llok forward to seeing you all again next year!
Thank you to everyone who came and visited over the summer opening period, we have now closed to the public for the winter period and look forward to seeing you again in the new year. We are still open to schools and group visits by prior arrangement. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your booking.
We will be open to the public every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday throughout the summer of 2015. Starting Sunday the 5th of July through to the end of September Open 10am to 3pm Adults: £3.00 Children: £0.50 Take a trip back in time and visit our unique restored WW2 control tower, discover what it […]
We will be open to the public every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday throughout the summer of 2014. Starting Sunday the 6th of July through to the end of September Open 10am to 3pm Take a trip back in time and visit our unique restored WW2 control tower, discover what it was like hiding in […]
Members of the Cresselly & District branch of the Royal British Legion pay their respects at the Carew Cheriton war graves.
When the lights were turned out in the Stanton Air raid shelter at Carew Cheriton Control Tower pupils from Monkton Priory Community School realised how hard RAF WWII fighter pilots would have found it to find German Luftwaffe bombers in the dark during nightly raids in the Blitz. Earlier in their visit to the Second World War Museum children learnt how the […]
Dressed as World War II evacuees two Year 6 classes from Milford Haven Junior School recently arrived at Carew Cheriton Control Tower to learn more about World War Two. In the week before the visit Spam had been on the school dinner menu as the children spent a day experiencing 1940’s life at the school. They were encouraged […]
Carew Cheriton Control Tower Museum was presented with an original Irvin Flying Jacket when Pembroke and Monkton Local History Society visited the former WWII airbase recently. Society member, Don Hood from Cosheston, bought the leather sheepskin jacket in the early 1950s for just £5 from former Bomber Command aircrew member Dennis Noon […]
Members of the extended family of RAF Pilot Officer Anthony Barnes visited his grave for the first time on Remembrance Sunday after being found on the Internet by volunteer researchers at Carew Cheriton Control Tower Museum. For more than 30 years Deric Brock, Chairman of the Museum, has been scouring archives endeavouring to trace relations […]
I'd just like to thank you all so much for another fantastic visit to the control tower, which was made all the better due to the time, patience and enthusiasm that you showed to the children during our visit. It was truly invaluable. The children have really enjoyed learning about both world wars, and have shown so much interest, understanding and compassion, which was mainly due to the invaluable experience that they gained from you all at Carew Cheriton.Deputy Headteacher (Ysgol Glan Cleddau)
This must be one of the smallest museums I have ever visited but also one that I will never forget. Why the reason is very simple, everyone who is involved in the running and maintenance of this facility can speak in the first person, they know what happened, they know who lived and died here and to sit and listen...TripAdvisor