Pembroke is a charming walled town which dates back over 900 years and is famous for its Norman Castle. Pembroke Castle is one of the most complete Norman castles in the UK. It is the birthplace of Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty.
Pembroke town is a textbook medieval fortified town with a central main street heading east from the castle gates and a moat or castle pond extending round much of the town. The old town walls are remarkably intact complete with defensive towers such as Barnards Tower, an impressive three-storied tower with a fore building over its entrance.
VisitPembroke.com is an initiative by the Town's Chamber of Trade to promote the town, its businesses and attractions.
Pembroke is set for a multi-million pound regeneration project! £4.5 million has been invested in developing the Castle Terrace and South Quay areas of Pembroke as well as building a new Henry Tudor Heritage Centre.
The Shop Pembroke Reward Scheme has been designed to help residents and visitors to save money every time they shop in Pembroke. The rewards card can be used at a wide selection of businesses in and around Pembroke.
The 2020/21 edition of the Visit Pembroke Town Guide is now available. This free booklet is packed with information about Pembroke, its businesses, places to visit and beaches to explore. The Town Guide is now available from the Town Hall and selected shops in Main Street.