Things to see & do

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Visit us on one of our events. There's something for everyone whether a concert or play in our large theatre, or in the great outdoors with a ranger on a wildlife or history walk.

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Things to explore

Designed landscape

Stackpole Court in 1859 

Explore the designed landscape created by the Cawdors. Between 1780 and 1860 they planted many thousands of trees and created the Bosherston Lakes. The house is gone but the landscape survives.


Stackpole Quay - the contrast between limestone and Old Red Sandstone © Pembrokeshire Photographic

Explore Stackpole's amazing geology, starting at Stackpole Quay. Stackpole sits astride the join between the Carboniferous Limestone and Old Red Sandstone. See where two continents crashed together, 295 million years ago.


Greenal Iron Age fort © Mike May

Explore 5,000 years of human history. Stackpole has been occupied since the Mesolithic age. You can see signs of Bronze Age, Iron Age and Romano-British occupation.

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