St Alban's Museum
This fine flint edifice, built around 1410, is England's only medieval clock tower. 'Gabriel' (the original bell) is still there.
St Alban's Cathedral
Built by King Offa of Mercia in 793 around the tomb of St Alban, this massive cathedral is a magnificent melange of Norman Romanesque...
This fantastic exposé of everyday life under the Romans includes household objects, legionnaires' armour, statuary, jewellery, glassware...
Ye Olde Fighting Cocks
Dating back to the 8th century, this unusual, octagon-shaped former coaching inn is reputedly the oldest pub in England. Oliver Cromwell...
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St Alban's Museum information
For a potted history of St Albans, take a look at the local museum, which houses displays from Roman times to the present.