Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre

Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre
High Street
St Davids
Pembrokeshire
SA62 6NW
Wales

Website

www.orielyparc.co.uk

E-mail

info@orielyparc.co.uk

Telephone

01437 720392

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Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre

Oriel y Parc includes a Visitor Centre, Artist in Residence Studio, a Discovery Room which hosts family friendly art and nature activities, a Tower which hosts local arts exhibitions and community run classes, and a café.

There is also a Class A Landscape Gallery, which was built to house works from Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales and often including exhibits by Graham Sutherland which were bequeathed to the people of Wales.

Venue Type:

Garden, parklands or rural site, Gallery, Museum, Artist studio or collective, Library

Opening hours

March to October
Visitor Centre 9.30am to 5pm daily
Gallery 10am to 4pm daily

November to February
Visitor Centre 10am to 4.30pm daily
Gallery 10am to 4pm daily

Admission charges

Free

Additional info

Wheelchair accessible throughout. Walker and cyclist friendly.
Great parking: stop here and explore the city on foot.

Directions: Oriel y Parc can be found on the right as you enter St Davids from Haverfordwest on the A487. Sat Nav: SA62 6NW. OS Map reference: SM 756 253. Bus routes: Puffin Shuttle 400 (summer), 404, 411, 413. National Cycle Route 4.

Facilities: Art gallery, Information Centre, parking (suitable for all vehicles including coaches), bike parking, toilets, delicious local produce café, shop specialising in local crafts, guide books and maps.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
John Dillwyn Llewelyn, Dunraven Castle

Natural Images: Historic Photography Uncovered

  • 4 October 2014 — 17 March 2015 *on now

From the pioneering mid-19th century discoveries of John Dillwyn Llewelyn to the extraordinary wildlife photography of Arthur Brook, Natural Images presents highlights from across these photographic collections, and shows how Wales played a key role in the evolution of photography. The exhibition will introduce you to people and places, and uncover the science behind how the images were made.

Many of the works on display come from Pembrokeshire, providing fascinating insight into its past, through natural history, industry, tourism and the changing landscape.

The gallery will also be showing works by Graham Sutherland, exploring the role of photography in his late Pembrokeshire paintings.

Suitable for

  • Any age
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