Welcome to St Albans Museums
Explore the rich history of the St Albans City and District by visiting one of our sites.
Verulamium Museum is a fantastic place to find out about everyday Roman life. The Museum is built on the site of one of the largest Roman settlements in Britain which means that, as well as seeing a museum packed with Roman objects, you can also explore the remains of the Roman town. In Verulamium Park you can visit the Hypocaust and see remains of the Roman wall. Across the road you can visit the Roman Theatre. On 12th and 13th September 2015 entry to Verulamium Museum will be free for everyone as part of our Heritage Open Days actvities. Come and see our new coin display featuring the gold Sandridge Hoard.
The Museum of St Albans will be closing on 20th September as part of a planned redevelopment. We are celebrating 117 years of a museum on this site and we will be saying goodbye in style on 20th September. We hope you can join us!
The medieval Clock Tower is open on Saturdays and Sundays until the end of September. The view over St Albans is worth climbing the 93 steps!
The Sopwell Ruins add historical interest to a picnic or walk.