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In 1802 Lord Nelson visited Milford Haven and declared it as one of the finest harbours ever seen. The Quakers developed it as a whaling port in the late 18th century, and following their departure it was used as a naval dockyard and provided the base for a large fishing and oil industry. Now there is a stunning marina surrounded by bars, restaurants and an excellent museum.
The Milford Haven Museum is housed in one of the oldest buildings in the town. It was built in 1797 for the storage of whale oil awaiting shipment to London to be sold there. Milford Haven has been connected to a number of industries over the years including fishing, Quaker whaling from 1790’s which lead to the whale oil industry, and more recently the modern oil industry. It has also played an important part in the two world wars as it was a convoy assembly point for mine sweeping. The museum reflects on all of the town’s history but in particular it focuses on the maritime history.
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