Looking for something to do in Pembroke – come and see the Pembroke Murals at Pembroke Town
You may well be planning to visit the Castle with its impressive history and connection to the throne of England and Wales but here at the Town Hall is a hidden gem. The wonderful Pembroke Murals painted by local artists George and Jeanne Lewis. Started in 2006 the panel took over three years to complete.
Prior to commencing work on the 28 panels George carried out extensive research into the history of Pembroke. The result is a stunning visual representation of the history of Pembroke – starting before the Normans and up to the Georgians and beyond. The Pembroke Murals are not to be missed.
Large and colourful there is something here for everyone in the family – from the history buff to the smallest member of the family.. As a work of art the murals are impressive but they are so much more than that.
Bayeux may have its tapestry but Pembroke has its murals.
Come along and see for yourself. You will find the Town Hall just along Main street, five minutes’ walk from the Castle – we have two small cannons outside the main entrance but don’t let that deter you !
The Town Hall is open Monday to Friday 9.00am – 1.00pm
You can also visit the Pembroke Museum situated up stairs in the Old Court Room of the Town Hall – open Monday to Friday 10am – 12.30pm
A lift is available.
All are welcome – both the Murals and Museum are FREE !