Experience a Unique Pembrokeshire Museum
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.
We are please to announce extended public opening times for the summer 2019 at Carew Cheriton wartime airfield museum. In addition to the usual Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday’s this year we shall be open for public visits on Wednesday and Thursday from 24 July to 29 August, see below for details: Enjoy a trip […]
Members of the Carew Cheriton Control Tower group are hosting a Carew Parish Variety Concert at Sageston C.P. School on Friday 29th March 2019 at 19:30. The concert will feature performances from Quaynotes Choir, Sageston School Choir, performances from Control Tower members and various local artists. The compère for the evening is Mr Kerry Waters. […]
Serve weather conditions did not deter a number of group visits to Carew Cheriton control tower last week. Pupils from Cosheston VC School, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park guides and students from Lampeter University braved the cold, ice and snow for an interesting step back in time to learn of the wartime operations of this Coastal […]
The Carew Cheriton Control Tower Museum’s Standard Fordson tractor is nearing completion after a full restoration programme. This 1940’s tractor was widely used on wartime airfields towing bomb trolleys and fuel bowsers and also served with the Land Army and the wider agricultural industry. Known as “the tractor that won the war” group members would […]
The restoration programme has finally started at The Carew Cheriton Control Tower Project on their Avro Anson C19 aircraft which has been in storage since it was acquired in August 2005. The Anson has now been moved into the recently constructed hangar on the site enabling this specialist work to begin. This restoration project is being […]
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
“History at its best! ”Absolute brilliance from the volunteers who run the tower! Very informative and so easy to listen to! Much is to come from such a little known part of history! This needs to be a huge part of British heritage! Needs to be recognised by all. Tripadvisor