The centre is open
Tenby's popularity began over two hundred years ago, when the attractions of the sea began to compete with the fashionable inland spas. The ancient houses, which had fallen into ruin, were rebuilt in Regency and early Victorian styles and the streets and alleyways within the twelfth century walls turned into a plethora of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars.
With four beaches, regular festivals, thriving nightlife, Stone Age caves and tombs, Iron Age forts, Norman castles and much more it could take a lifetime to discover Tenby, so our information centre is here to help.
The centre is disabled friendly and is situated on Upper Park Road next to the multi-story car park.
As well as providing information on the surrounding area, Tenby Information Centre & Café also has wheelchairs for hire (not electric), and sells radar keys, parking passports, maps, hot and cold drinks, snacks and cakes.
The centre has a computer that is free to use and links to the Visit Pembrokeshire website.