Welcome to The Bug Farm – an innovative, quirky and unique research and visitor centre, farm and nature reserve. With a Tropical Bug Zoo, Bug Museum, British Bug House, Insect Farming Exhibition, Farm Trails and a Walled Garden, there is something for everyone, whatever your age or interest. Our focus on wildlife conservation and sustainable farming and food of the future spans the site. Onsite cafe Grub Kitchen is the UK’s first full-time edible insect restaurant, with plenty of non-insect dishes available too.




We are a visitor attraction that offers a fantastic experience for families, adults and groups. Since opening our doors in 2015, The Bug Farm has received numerous awards and is a Visit Wales Quality Assured visitor attraction. 

The Bug Farm is based on 100 acres of Pembrokeshire’s finest countryside. With indoor and outdoor exhibits, we hope to showcase the wonders of bugs and what they do for us. Although we don’t always realise it, invertebrates have a vital role in modern society. They guide modern technology; inspire art; benefit our gardens; but, perhaps most importantly, they form the foundation to the planet’s food chains. Bugs are integral to farming and a very big part of our mission is to raise awareness of ‘sustainable agriculture’: producing enough food to feed a growing population and looking after wildlife at the same time.