About Dr Beynon's Bug Farm Ltd
The Bug Farm is a visitor and research centre all about wildlife conservation, sustainable food and farming and invertebrates (or 'bugs'). Based on a 100 acre wildlife reserve and working farm in the heart of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, The Bug Farm is a haven for flora and fauna and perfect for a day out with family or friends - whatever your age.
Inside the converted, historic farm buildings there is a Tropical Bug Zoo, Bug Museum, Art Gallery, British Bug House and Gift Shop. Out and about, you can explore a series of wildlife walks and the farm's beautiful Walled Garden. The Bug Farm Trail is an outdoor space showcases Pembrokeshire farming in small, bite-size chunks. Visitors can explore the award-winning wildflower meadows, ponds and farming plots, learning how we can produce food and look after our planet at the same time.
A rustic, indoor run-around space (the Bug Barn) allows children to let off steam with outdoor play- and learning areas designed especially for children.
If you are hungry, you can indulge yourself at Grub Kitchen; the UK's first edible insect restaurant. Insects are always on the menu, although there are always plenty of insect-free options too. Local, sustainable produce is used to create delicious, beautiful and innovative vegan, vegetarian and conservation-grade meat dishes that demonstrate how you can eat more sustainably now, and for the future. Look out for Bug Farm Foods range of edible insect products in the shop too!
Situated just one mile from St Davids, The Bug Farm is dog friendly, fully accessible, has a fast-charge electric car charging point and is a Quality Assured visitor attraction. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries.