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KS2 Prehistory Explorers  - new school session
This hands on session has been designed to give an overview of some of the main changes that took place from the  Stone Age to Iron Age. For more information click here>.

Learning for Schools
We offer three main options for school groups:
*  At Verulamium Museum, schools can enjoy a self-guided visit and take part in one of our popular sessions on Roman Britain with opportunities to handle and investigate artefacts. Key Stage 2 >  Key Stage 3 >  Key Stage 4 & 5>

*  At The Clock Tower we provide tours of this historic building which has been a feature of St Albans for over 600 years. This can be outside the annual opening months (generally Easter - end September) by special arrangement with us, for school groups. Background info> 

*  Teaching in Your School: we offer a variety artefact handling sessions  which can be delivered in local schools (within a 30 min radius drive from St Albans). Foundation and Key Stage One>  Key Stage Two>

Booking a Schools visit to Verulamium Museum
Please have a look at what we offer using the tabs on the left. You will need to tell us:
* which session you would like   * when you would like to visit
* how many of you there will be.  

Then, to check availability for an upcoming visit or if you have any queries, please phone Bookings Officer Liz Gloyn on 01727 751814 or email us The handling sessions at Verulamium Museum are very popular and the earlier you can book the more likely you are to get the date you would like. Please note: the phones can be very busy at times and email may be a better way to get in touch initially.

Learning for Children, Families and Adults 
We have a number of informal learning events including a series of regular gallery talks at Verulamium Museum  provided by the St Albans City Guides. For talks and workshops for adults, click here.  Check the What's On listings for details of all our events.

More to See
After your visit to Verulamium Museum you can explore other remains of the Roman town.  By taking a short stroll across Verulamium Park you can visit the Hypocaust. There, you can see a Roman mosaic where it was discovered, in the remains of a Roman house. The Park covers most of the Roman town, and today boasts a lovely lake, plenty of wildlife, and children's play areas. 
By walking 3 minutes in the other direction you can visit the remains of a wonderful Roman Theatre, for more details visit the Gorhambury Estate's website (you need to purchase tickets on the door as the Theatre is managed independently).