Temporary Closure

It is with regret that due to the coronavirus COVID-19 situation in the UK and current government guidelines, in the best interests of our visitors and volunteers, we have taken the decision to temporarily close the Control Tower Museum.

We will continue to monitor the situation and will release updates on our website and social media about re-opening when circumstances permit.

Monkton Priory Community School 2012
Second group children from St. Oswald’s V A School with Head teacher Marjorie Brown and Control Tower President, John Brock MBE, at the entrance to the Museum.
Pembroke and Pembroke Dock Gateway Club members agree to “meet again” after singing wartime songs in Museum air-raid shelter
St Teilo’s RC School Years Five and Six Pupils attentively listening to John Brock story of heroic pigeons
Ty Croes OAPs dress up in authentic WWII uniforms.


A wonderful learning experience can be had at Carew Cheriton Control Tower, with visits tailored to the age and type of group involved.

Go back in time to the 1940’s and experience the lovingly restored Control Tower layout as it would have been during the wartime years.

Don a helmet, take cover and sing wartime songs in our reconstructed Stanton Air Raid Shelter, built above ground for easy access by all.

Experience our huge array of exhibits of the era in our museum collection including military uniforms, RAF maps, radio equipment, ration books, Bren gun, Enfield rifle and many, many more….

Enjoy the personal testimonies and local stories of the wartime in Carew from two of our very active members now in their 80’s – Both were in secondary school in 1939!

Schools and Group Visits

We are open year round to school and group visits by prior booking.

Visit usually last around 2 to 2 1/2 hours. Please note that due to space restrictions groups should number no more than 30 to 35 in size.

Email: [email protected] or click on the link below.

Public Opening Times

We operate season openings on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays at Easter and from July through to September from 10am till 3pm.

Find Us

Located in the County of Pembrokeshire, South West Wales. The now disused wartime airfield is situated on the Western side of the A477 between the villages of Sageston and Carew Cheriton. Lying ½ mile to the north is the historic village of Carew with its magnificent ruined castle. Six miles to the south can be found the tourist resort of Tenby, and four miles to the west the market town of Pembroke

Take the Carew Cheriton exit of the Carew roundabout on the A477 and then take the first left. Follow the road to the end, do not take the turning to the right after ¼ mile. This will lead you straight to our entrance gate.

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