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Shopping at St David's

A cushion with a floral decoration and colourful pastel throws
Decorate your home for spring with throws and cushions | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Our visitor centre and shop are at the heart of the city’s High Street, opposite the iconic medieval cross. It’s a must-visit whether you’re looking for gifts, want to stock up on souvenirs, or just fancy having a browse.

Browse local products

The shop stocks a beautiful range of Welsh, local and National Trust products. There’s our outdoor range, as well as a great variety of gifts, cards, books and accessories.

Something for all ages

Children are not left out, as we stock some of the equipment needed to complete the ‘50 things to do before you're 11¾’ activities. Come in and see if we can help you tick off some from your ‘50 things’ list.

Shoulder bags, a scarf and a hat on coat hooks
Accessories for spring with hats, scarfs and bags | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

St David’s High Street

If you’re looking for a little retail therapy, St David’s high street is a treasure trove for shopping. As well as our visitor centre and shop, there’s a colourful collection of boutiques, independent stores and galleries. Take a walk around the UK’s smallest city and see what gifts and goodies you can find.

Enjoying St David’s

Once you’ve shopped, you can always stop and soak up the sights and sounds from one of the many cafés and restaurants that adorn the streets. Alternatively, you could make a short walk to St David’s Cathedral and learn more about Wales’ patron saint.

Thank you

It is through your purchases and support that we are able to continue to care for nature, beauty and history for everyone, for ever.

Retail products shoot, summer 2021

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