The decorated remains of an impressive Elizabethan mansion, demonstrating the extent to which the Renaissance influenced architecture in England. Gorhambury House is a fine neo-Palladian house, built in 1777 - 84 to the designs of Sir Robert Taylor. In the Middle Ages the Gorhambury estate, lying near the site of the vanished Roman city of Verulamium, belonged to St Albans Abbey.
AddressGorhambury, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 6AH
Opening times2pm - 5pm
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