Pembrokeshire's County Museum is located in a traditional Victorian country house near Haverfordwest, surrounded by 60 acres of park and woodland and is completed by an award-winning eco-centre.
The Victorian Manor House, Stable Block and Exhibition Hall feature many displays illustrating the history of the County. The agricultural and rural life collection is one of the largest on display in Wales.
But Scolton is much more than a visit to a bygone age. It is the place where Pembrokeshire’s past meets up with the future.
The museum is complemented by the environment-friendly Visitor Centre where the displays focus on green issues and the wildlife of the park. This ‘Greener’ lifestyle can also be experienced in the landscaped grounds of the Country Park and on the Nature Trails through the surrounding woodland. The park also features picnic sites and play areas to suit all ages.
The grounds at Scolton are open all year round and offer an ideal place for a casual walk.
The County Museum, which includes the manor house, stable block and exhibition hall, is open from Easter until the 31st October.