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History in the making in medieval St Albans

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St Albans Museum + Gallery

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St Peter's Street

St Albans

AL1 3DH

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Discover the incredible medieval manuscripts written in St Albans

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Join Professor James Clark as he explores the making of history at medieval St Albans. The chronicles that were written here across the Middle Ages are among the most valuable surviving records of national and regional history. They are a testimony to how often the town was in the path of major historical events as well as to its long tradition of the art and craft of making books by hand and in print.

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St Albans Museum + Gallery

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St Peter's Street

St Albans

AL1 3DH

United Kingdom

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Explore the rich history of St Albans City and District with a visit to one of our fascinating sites.  
 
St Albans Museum + Gallery opened in June 2018. With the promise of fresh experiences every time you visit, come and enjoy regularly changing exhibitions and take part in the vibrant programme of events. You can also explore the fascinating histories of the Georgian Grade II* listed Town Hall, its Assembly Room, Courtroom and Cells or just pop by for a cup of tea and browse the shop.
 
Verulamium Museum is a fantastic place to immerse yourself in everday Roman life. Built on the site of one of the largest Roman settlements in Britain, you can see some of the best mosaics outside of the Mediterranean. Visit our What's On pages for upcoming events and activities.
 
The medieval Clock Towerlocated in the heart of the city, is open on weekends between Easter and the end of September. The view is worth climbing the 93 steps!
 
Sopwell Ruins add historical interest to a picnic or walk.

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