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Newport National Park Visitor Centre

Summer opening hours (until 31 October)

Monday to Saturday 10am-5.30pm.

Monday to Saturday
10am to 5.30pm.
Email: NewportTIC@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk

Telephone: (01239) 820912

Newport National Park Visitor Centre
Bank Cottages
Long St
Newport
Pembrokeshire
SA42 OTN.

Our Newport National Park Visitor Centre is also a fully networked Tourist Information Centre and lies at the heart of the historic town of Newport.

At our Centre you can obtain local information including where to go, what to do and where to stay. You can also obtain information on the National Park.

Whether you are here for the week or just passing through, our staff are enthusiastic and will help you make the most of your time in Newport and the surrounding area.

Within the Centre, our interactive exhibition provides a fascinating insight into the local area, from its history to its wildlife. These exhibitions can spark imagination of what to see and do in the area.

 

  Inside Newport National Park Visitor Centre


Other services include:


  • Bed bookings
  • National Park activity and event bookings
  • Purchase of National Park and related merchandise including: maps, books, gifts and souvenirs

Newport town
The town is situated between the Preseli Hills and the Nevern Estuary. The area offers plenty of variety and is minutes away from Newport’s large sandy beach, the Preseli Hills, the Coast Path and historic sites. With all this at Newport’s doorstep you will find something for everyone.

Inside Newport National Park Centre

How to get here

By road
The A487 runs east to west through Newport connecting Cardigan to Fishguard. Newport Visitor Centre lies, as signposted, approximately 150 metres north of the main road, turn right (when approaching from Cardigan) at the crossroads in the centre of the town. The centre is directly opposite the town's main car park on Long Street.

By public transport
The T5 service runs between Haverfordwest and Cardigan via Fishguard and onward to Aberystwyth all year round.

The 405 coastal bus service runs between Cardigan and Fishguard seven days a week in the summer and also Thursdays and Saturdays in the winter.

Trains run from London Paddington and Cardiff to Goodwick station and Fishguard Harbour regularly.