Parish Church of St Mary

St Mary’s Church with its memorial garden for peace and tranquillity, is one of three medieval churches in Pembroke and is of late 12th to early 13th century origin.  This beautiful Church is open to visitors and it contains much of interest, including Thomas Kempe stained glass windows depicting figures important in Pembroke’s history including William Marshall and Henry VII. A leaflet guide is available in the Church.

Near the Church entrance  is a Tudor bench celebrating Henry VII who was born in Pembroke Castle. This was donated to the town by Cllr Melanie Phillips.  The Tudor Rose and Town Crest are also depicted on the finger posts around the town.

Retrace your steps to Point 3 – Haggar’s Cinema