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Getting to Know Us
Spark Your Imagination

At Milford Haven Museum, you will feel transformed as you step into a whole new world. Housed in the town's oldest building, the Customs House, which dates back to 1797. A Grade II listed building made of rubble stone, it was designed by Swansea architect, Jernigan, and built for the storage of whale oil. Our varied and awe-inspiring collection will completely revamp your knowledge in ways you never thought were possible. Since our launch in 1991, we have been dedicated to enriching the lives of all who visit our space.

 

For regular guests, we try to keep things interesting by regularly hosting exciting events and interesting exhibitions, such as our beloved annual Children's Art Competition. We offer discounts for families, as well as for school visits.

We look forward to welcoming you to our amazing facilities soon, we promise you will learn something new!

Our History
How We Started

From the start, we have made it our mission to nurture growth and exploration of the human mind. Since our inception in 1991, we have been actively finding new and exciting ways to keep our visitors interested, engaged, and hungry for more knowledge. We have evolved and developed over many years and now welcome visitors from around the globe.

Our Team
Meet Our Trustees and Volunteers
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George Springer

Trustee, Curator
& Volunteer 

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Sue Kenny

Trust Board Secretary

& Volunteer 

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Colin Sharp

Trust Board Chair, 

 Treasurer & Volunteer 

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James Cordell

IT Manager

Volunteer 

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Carol Best

Trustee &
Volunteer 

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Jen Batte

Trustee

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Alf Batte

Trustee &

 Volunteer 

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Terry Davies

Trustee

Milford Haven Museum, The Old Customs House, The Docks, Milford Haven, Wales, UK, SA73 3AF

01646 694496

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