The Cathedral & Abbey Church of Saint Alban
The Cathedral dominates the city’s skyline from every approach. Its architecture incorporates excellent examples from many different periods – from Norman to the Romans who used bricks salvaged from Verulam to build the Great Tower. It is best known for the Shrine of St Albans – Britain’s first Christian martyr. Light lunches and teas and coffees can be enjoyed at the “Café at The Abbey”, situated in the Chapter House.
08.30am – 17.45pm daily (No entry fee but a donation recommended)
Built between 1403 and 1412, The Clock Tower is the only medieval town belfry in England. After 600 years of use, one can still climb the 93 steps to the top of the Tower and enjoy magnificent views of the Cathedral and the historic city of St Albans.
Easter to early September
10.30am to 17.00pm Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Adult £0.80; Children £0.40; Under fives Free.
An award winning museum, displaying beautiful objects dating back to the old Roman City of Verulamium.
Monday – Saturday 10.00am to 17.30pm, Sunday 14.00am to 17.30pm
Adults £3.50; Children £2.00 and Family Tickets £9.00
The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
Just a short walk from Verulamium Museum, is the only visible example of a Roman Theatre in Britain. A walk that takes you back to the times of Festivals, armed combat and wild beast shows.
10.00am to 17.00pm daily
The Roman Mosaic (Hypocaust)
In Verulamium Park lies the Roman Mosaic – part of a suite of rooms in a large townhouse built around 200AD.
Summer – Monday – Saturday 10.00am to 16.30pm, Sunday 14.00pm to 16.30pm;
Winter Monday – Saturday 10.00am to 15.45pm, Sunday 14.00pm to 15.45pm.
Harry Potter Warner Bros. Studio Tour
Set adjacent to the working film studios where all eight Harry Potter films were made, the Studio Tour offers visitors the unique opportunity to explore two soundstages and a backlot filled with original sets, animatronic creatures and breathtaking special effects.