Being very interested in WW2 aviation and Coastal Command the Centre was a magnet for me. Especially as the trust exists to recover a Sunderland seaplane from the bottom of Pembroke Dock! Their website contained all the relevant travel info. The centre is split over two sites a few hundred yards apart: the workshop & the museum. Firstly I must say that the recovery job is in its early stages. The main exhibit is one of the engines. In the small workshop there were historical displays and models galore. The kids enjoyed the touch screen display. Two volunteers cheerfully engaged with all the family wether it was my nurd level questions or my kids simpler ones. The museum close by has an overview of PD's aviation history and a big screen runs related DVDs. There's a display of aviation art and old naval photos of ships connected with the Dock. There was also a surprisingly good cafe.
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