In order to manage numbers in our gallery, we are operating a pre-booking system. Please click the link below to select the time of your visit and buy your tickets. Residents of St Albans district get free admission but you will need to show proof of address when you arrive. We are welcoming school groups back to the museum so ticket availability on weekday mornings is limited to allow them to explore our museum safely.
You do not need to book a ticket to visit the Hypocaust mosaic in the park.
From 19 July: We will observe the new government guidance. Given our enclosed galleries, we encourage visitors to wear face masks and observe social distancing to protect our staff and fellow visitors. We are continuing to encourage visitors to pre-book their tickets online although depending on numbers in the gallery, we will accept some walk-ins. We have now released slots until the beginning of September.
The Museum of everyday life in Roman Britain
Built on the site of one of the largest Roman cities in Britain, Verulamium Museum is filled with ancient treasures and some of the finest mosaics outside of the Mediterranean.
Bring the entire family and explore the wonders of Roman life, immerse yourself in recreated Roman rooms and admire the craftsmanship of the intricate large-scale mosaics on display. You can also see recent discoveries such as the Sandridge Hoard, a collection of 159 Roman gold coins.
In addition to hands-on discovery areas for younger visitors, the museum also provides a selection of free activity sheets for children and dressing up clothes are available on weekends and school holidays.
After your visit to Verulamium Museum you can explore remains of the Roman town in Verulamium Park. Directly outside the museum you can visit the Roman Hypocaust, and if you venture a little further, you can see visit the Roman Theatre and see the Roman city walls too.
Today, Verulamium Park boasts a lovely lake, plenty of wildlife, and children's play areas.