Tenby, Pembrokeshire is a town steeped in ancient history and surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. Through the passage of time Tenby has seen many changes but it has been on the leisure map for over 200 years.
Tudor Manor House Tenby - has been restored to its 1500 heyday and is an excellent example of a three-storey town house. A wealthy Tudor merchant once lived and worked in the Manor House.
Tenby Shops - from great small boutiques and major branded shops, to a useful supermarket and the Royal-Chartered indoor market in the center of town, you'll find everything you need within easy walking distance.
Tenby Harbour - this picturesque harbour is built into a corner on North Beach, between the old medieval-walled town and Castle Hill.
There’s a small sandy beach tucked up under the harbour wall that’s perfect for very young children.
Tenby Castle - only a small tower remains of Tenby Castle, perched on top of Castle Hill, which is almost surrounded by the sea. The old town walls, however, are remarkably complete, containing a maze of narrow streets that make up the picturesque old town of Tenby.
Heatherton World of Activities - is one of the best things to do near Tenby, packed full of great activities for all the family. Whether it's the Adrenaline Zone, Family Fun Zone or Play Zone you will enjoy your day. No matter what the weather you will find a number of indoor and undercover activities.
Harbwr Brewery Tenby - visit and find out how craft beer is made, a family-run microbrewery is well worth a visit, even if you’re not a beer enthusiast. But if you are, they’ve also got a taproom on-site so that you can test the local produce.
Tenby Lifeboat Station - was established in 1852, the station currently houses two lifeboats. Six RNLI silver medals were awarded for coastal rescues from the station in the 19th century. Tenby received the first of the new Tamar-class lifeboats, the Haydn Miller, which came on station for training in March 2006. This station is classed as an "Explore" lifeboat station by the RNLI, aiming to offer their best visitor experience. When the boats are not on call, the station offers free access in the summer months, and pre-booked tours in the winter. Visitors can go inside and look around, see the lifeboat and visit the RNLI gift shop.