About The Medieval Kiln

Explore an ancient monument, outdoor exhibition, short film, archaeology trail and garden picnic area.

Discover the forgotten medieval past of Newport in the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park.

Stand on the site where, 500 years ago, a busy pottery industry thrived. Learn about the people who lived and worked here.

Why not make a day of it! Newport has excellent cafes, restaurants, pubs, boutique shops, and stunning views from nearby Carningli mountain to the town’s beautiful beaches.
Open all year round daily. Free Entry.

Parking: There is limited parking at the Kiln site. The nearest public car park is on Long street – a 8 minute walk away. There are public toilets in this car park.

There is full Disabled Access to the kiln.

School Visits to The Kiln

The Medieval Pottery Kiln is perfect for School visits. With an education resource room and bilingual exciting lesson plans and activities created based on the the National Curriculum. for more info, please contact siobhanash@btinternet.com


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