Tourist destinations in St. Albans

St Albans Cathedral

The cathedral was built from recycled brick from the Roman Verulamium and has one of the longest naves in Britain. It contains the shrine of St Albans, the country’s first Christian martyr and has been a place of pilgrimage for 17 centuries. Café and gift shop on site.

Address: The Chapter House, St Albans, St. Albans, AL1 1BY

Telephone: +44 01727 860780
Fax: +44 01727 850944
www.stalbanscathedral.org.uk/

Verulamium Museum

This has award-winning displays and hands-on discovery areas. Magnificent mosaics and reconstructions of Roman rooms, as well as the visit of ‘Roman soldiers’ once a month, takes you back to the amazing past of Roman life.

Address: St Michaels, St. Albans, AL3 4SW

Telephone: +44 01727 751810
Fax: +44 01727 859919
www.stalbansmuseums.org.uk/

St Albans Museum

The story of St Albans city comes alive through their displays and exhibitions. They are family friendly and have special exhibitions throughout the year. It also contains a wildlife garden and shop.

Address: Hatfield Road, St Albans, St. Albans, AL1 3RR

Telephone: +44 01727 819340
Fax: +44 01727 837472
www.stalbansmuseums.org.uk/

Redbournbury Watermill

The farmhouse and mill date back to the 15th century. It is a museum and working mill on the River Ver. The Ver Valley walk runs past this attraction, which is 2 miles north of St Albans.

Address; Redbournbury Lane, St Albans, St. Albans, AL3 6RS

Telephone: +44 01582 792874
Fax: +44 01582 792874
www.redbournmill.co.uk/

The Organ Museum

This houses a fascinating collection of organs, including the famous Wurlitzer organ. Other mechanical instruments and theatre pipe organs are displayed and there are regular monthly organ concerts.

Address: 320 Camp Road, St Albans, AL1 5PE

Telephone: 01727 768 652
www.stalbansorgantheatre.org.uk