Ein Hanes – Our History
Situated on the Market Square in Fishguard, a community run heritage centre for the twin towns, ‘Ein Hanes – Our History’, displays a host of material relating to the area that illustrates how our ancestors lived and made their mark on the world.
Visitors can browse several collections of old photographs and documents, particularly those relating to the arrival of the railway and the construction of the modern harbour. Donations are requested in lieu of an entrance charge, and we are grateful for regular support by subscription to the ‘Friends of Ein Hanes’.
Visit us in Fishguard Square
SA65 9HA – two doors east from the Town Hall
Opening Hours: March half-term to October half-term: Tues – Sat 10.30 to 3.30. Over the winter months, there will be limited access.
For more information on Ein Hanes – Our History, including opening times, please ring 07831 582718 or 01348 873292 for details.
Recent comments from our Visitors’ Book:
‘Very interesting and informative – a little gem!’ T. W., London
‘Lovely to learn about the history of this wonderful place – thank you.’ S. F., New Forest
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