Venue Hire

Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is situated in the Royal Dockyard Chapel, at the heart of the Historic Royal Dockyard.  The Heritage Centre offers a unique venue for businesses, community groups or individuals to host a range of events or celebrations.

Please contact us on 01646 684220 or by email at to discuss your needs.

Our experience of using the Heritage Centre was very positive. The venue organiser was extremely helpful, everything we needed was provided and the event went very smoothly as a result. 
Opinion Research Services, Swansea  

Unique Venue

The Royal Dockyard Chapel was built in the 1830s, and completed in 1835. Over the years it has served many purposes, and is now a Grade II* listed building and houses the collections of the Sunderland Trust as Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre. The displays tell the story of Pembroke Dockyard, the military presence in the area and of the flying boats once stationed here, and of Short Sunderland T9044 which sank in a storm in 1940. Access to the displays will be included as part of any venue hire package.

Spaces for Hire

All of our indoor spaces are comfortable, well-lit and centrally heated, and include free Wi-Fi.  We can also offer equipment such as projectors and screens, included in our price. Please get in touch for further details.

Meeting Room

Our meeting room is situated on the first floor of the contemporary extension to the Dockyard Chapel, and can comfortably seat 8-10 people boardroom-style for meetings or seminars.

 1 hour½ dayFull dayEveningSunday
Meeting Room guide price£10£30£50£100£250

Main Gallery

The Main Gallery includes all the public display spaces in the historic part of the Chapel building.  It is possible to use part of the Galleries, where we can accommodate up to approximately 20 people boardroom-style or more when seated theatre-style.

 1 hour½ dayFull dayEveningSunday
Main Gallery guide price£20£60£100£100£250

Car-Park or Grounds

Whilst the use of the grounds, including the car-park is generally free of charge for all visitors to the Heritage Centre, the trust is always happy to accept a donation – particularly if the facilities inside the centre are used.  This usage can include the erection of temporary tents or marquees with permission, but we are not able to supply these. If you wish to use the grounds out of hours (e.g. evenings, on a Sunday or during a seasonal closure), a fee for unlocking will be charged.

Exclusive use

Whether as a backdrop for filming or photography, or for your own private event, please get in touch if you would like to discuss using the grounds and buildings exclusively. As with all our venue bookings, this can only be offered on an availability basis, and closure to the general public is possible with the agreement of senior staff and trustees.

 1 hour½ dayFull dayEveningSunday
Exclusive use guide price£100£250£400£100£250

All of the above prices are indicative, and we will be happy to offer substantial discounts to charities, community groups and partner organisations.

Please contact us on 01646 684220 or email for further details.


We can offer a range of drinks options as part of your hire package, and have an external caterer who can help with a range of food options, approximate costings in addition to the venue hire fee are given below.



Price per head

‘Coffee Morning’

One serving of tea, coffee, orange juice, selection of biscuits.

£1.75 per head

‘Continental Meeting’One serving of tea, coffee, orange juice, continental pastry selection

£2.50 per head

‘Welsh Tea’One serving of tea, coffee, orange juice, cake selection (including Bara Brith, Welsh Cakes)

£2.50 per head

Additional ServingsAdditional servings of drinks only.

£1.50 per head

Further options are available, and we are happy to discuss variations. Please get in touch on 01646 684220 or email to discuss your needs.


The Heritage Centre offers ample free parking for about 40+ cars, including wider accessible bays. Most of our venue spaces are fully accessible, however due to the historic nature of some of the building, we cannot offer full accessibility. Please get in touch to discuss your needs.

Transport links

The Heritage Centre is located on the main A4139 leading to and from Pembroke Ferry Terminal. Pembroke Dock itself has good road access, with links East toward the M4 motorway via the A477 to St Clears, A40 to Carmarthen and A48 to the M4. Going north, the main Cleddau crossing comes in to Pembroke Dock, with access to Haverfordwest and Fishguard and towards Aberystwyth via the A487.

Regular trains travelling west from Swansea, Carmarthen and Tenby terminate at Pembroke Dock. From the Railway Station, the Heritage Centre is a fifteen minute walk west down Dimond Street, Queen Street and then south down Commercial Row to the pedestrian gate of the car-park.

Regular bus services, including 349, 356 and 361, run from Haverfordwest, Milford Haven and Tenby, stopping at Albion Square, less than five minutes’ walk from the Heritage Centre.

Please note: Half-day prices are available for four-hour periods from 8.00am until 1.00pm or 1.00pm until 6.00pm approx.; ‘Full-day’ is considered the ten-hour period from 8.00am until 6.00pm approx., ‘Evening’ covers times until 10.00pm, for hours required outside of these times or combinations/variations therein, please get in touch on 01646 684220 or email

Contact Us

Registered as a charity in England and Wales, number 1120476. Company registration number 05920931.

Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre, Royal Dockyard Chapel, Meyrick Owen Way, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6WS



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