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The tapestry is a wonderful piece of work from local sewing people and historians. Well worth a visit. We were allowed to take our well behaved dog in, which was helpful as otherwise one of us would have missed it. There is a 40 minute...More
Wow! What a spectacular piece of work. Tells both the historical and mythical side of the last invasion of Britain plus some great memorabilia and other art work. Free entry and friendly staff. Well worth a visit 10/10
Not to be missed. To discover the history, mythica and industry of Fishguard and it's surroundings don't miss this. And watch the video showing how it was made. A work of art and artisans that must last for thr next 1000 years.
Since my arrival in Fishguard I’ve taken numerous family and friends to look at this amazing historical recollection of the Last Invasion in the town.
It’s incredible, beautifully recreating the amazing story of how locals really did save the day.
Thankyou to all the dedicated...More
We came upon this quite by chance while on our way to a holiday cottage booked nearby. We were the only people there which is a pity because it deserves to be seen more widely. The workmanship is wonderful, it is beautifully displayed, and there...More
We visited on a Sunday so most of the shops were closed. While warmly welcomed by a group of lovely Fishguard men and women, only those who are history afficionados or needle work experts will truly enjoy this exhibit to the fullest. It is well...More
We popped into the local Tourist Information office in the library in the Town Hall and found out about the tapestry. What a wonderful was to celebrate the last invasion! Some very talented people have sewn this tapestry and it depicts the events beautifully. Even...More
This is a tapestry hand sewn by the local women commerorating the last time the mainland UK was invaded by a foreign army. Not 1055 by the Normans but 1797 by the French. This tapestry tells the story by stages including the role played by...More
The port is on the far side of the harbour, in Goodwick. The tapestry is at the top of the Fishguard town. You could walk it in about 30 minutes but it is up hill the last half distance. If you are reasonably mobile it’s... More
The port is on the far side of the harbour, in Goodwick. The tapestry is at the top of the Fishguard town. You could walk it in about 30 minutes but it is up hill the last half distance. If you are reasonably mobile it’s fine, otherwise take the bus. Hope that helps.