The Welsh Spitfire Museum & Shop
It is with regret that we have to announce that we are moving from our current building at the end of January 2022 which means we’ll be closed during January busily packing and moving to a new location as yet unknown. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and hope to be up and running again as soon as possible.
We have in place Covid19 precautions and safety procedures and politely ask all visitors to use, adhere to, and respect them
On display within our small museum is the airframe fuselage together with associated aircraft military and wartime items. Please go to the “History” option at the head of this page for more information about the aeroplane.
In parallel we also have another project – the development of a military history reference library! We have in excess of 15,500 books, and also other media including magazines, DVDs and video tapes in our possession. The subjects of which are far ranging covering, air, sea and ground equipment and forces – and more! However the development of this facility will be a long haul – and we will certainly need extra help with this – so if you feel that you are able to assist even for just a few hours a week, please contact us using the details given below.
It is intended when we have moved to our new building that the Spitfire will be on display Monday to Saturday inclusive and the opening times are 9.30 to 4.30 – admission is free!
Presentations and visits by parties can be arranged by using the following contact details:
Mob: 07761 053 713 Landline: 01437 762 512
Our objective is to restore vintage aircraft and currently we are involved in the restoration of a MK VIII Spitfire. Whilst we are fundraising we will build a museum around the Spitfire so that the flying machine that so many brave men and women paid the ultimate price for in our country’s hour of need can be seen – up close!
Our current premises (until end January 2022) at:
16, Bridge St; Haverfordwest. Pembrokeshire. SA61 2AD