Haverfordwest walking tour
Romans may have had a fortlet here as part of a chain of defences they set up to protect themselves and their shipments from West Wales.
Because of its strategic position on the Western Cleddau, Haverfordwest became a hub of trade and activity. Haverfordwest has been an important hub for Pembrokeshire since the early medieval period and remains the county town.
The town also has its dark side. In the 1950s, one of the last people ever to be legally hanged in the UK came from here – the case of the gruesome clay pit murders!
Discover Haverfordwest’s heritage through our audio walking tour, visiting 7 points of interest with over 60 minutes of engaging narration. Rent the tour for 24 hours and access the audio and map. The map not only guides you to the landmarks but also provides suggested routes for a hassle-free exploration. If you feel adventurous, make up your route between landmarks! The map also contains images of what some of the landmarks look like. A castle is pretty easy to identify. But a house in a row of terraces, for instance, is more challenging to identify the right one!
No need to download apps or files. Access the tour directly from your phone on Cardigan Walks’ website.
You are the tour guide today. Start whenever you like, take breaks as you please, and choose your path. You’re in control of your adventure today discovering Haverfordwest. For more details, see our FAQs. Start your audio walking tour of Haverfordwest now!