Welcome to Chapel Bay Fort and Museum – a military fortress, museum and café within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park at Angle.

Following the hiatus caused by COVID 19, we re-opened to the public at Easter 2022.

Chapel Bay Fort is a not for profit organisation dependent on volunteers and community involvement. It is only through the work of the community and volunteers that the project has progressed to its current state. 

21st May 1917 - 106 years ago today the then Imperial War Graves Commission was established by Royal Charter. The name was altered, also by Royal Charter, in 1960 to The Commonwealth War Graves Commission as we now know it.A global organisation, the CWGC cares for war graves in 23,000 locations across the world in over 150 countries and commemorates nearly 1.7 million individuals who gave their lives for our freedom.The CWGC does amazing work constructing and maintaining war cemeteries and graves and providing burial for the bodies which are still being found, and identifying as many as they can. Their archives are a wonderful resource which they allow us all access to through their website and apps. They carry out a wide range of activities and educational programmes to engage and educate the generations to come.We are pleased to be able to wish them a Happy Foundation Day. ... See MoreSee Less
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Chapel Bay Fort
Angle, Pembrokeshire.
SA71 5BE

51°41’23.5″N 5°05’53.2″W

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Saturday & Sunday: 10:00–16:00
October-Easter: Closed

Guided Tours
11:00, 12:15, 13:30, 14:45

Last entry for museum galleries only: 15:30

Admission charges (including Gift Aid) are as follows:

Adult £9.35
Concession £7.50
Children (5-14) £7.50