Veralamium Museum Museums

Veralamium Museum
St Michaels
St Albans
Hertfordshire
al3 4sw

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Verulamium Museum is on the site of one of the major cities in Roman Britain, now an attractive park. Inside there are

- recreated Roman rooms

- hands-on Discovery Areas

- video presentations

- touch screen databases

- some of the finest Roman mosaics and wall plasters outside the Mediterranean

Verulamium museum is invaded every second weekend in the month by Roman soldiers who demonstrate the tactics and equipment of the Roman Imperial Army. See our diary for further details of this and many other activities.

The Museum has an attractive shop selling high quality souvenirs and books with affordable pocket money items for children.

A short walk from the museum is the site of one of the few true Roman theatres in Britain. It has banked seating facing the stage, with a re-erected stage column. The Theatre was built around AD 130. The site is in private ownership.

The museum is set in 100 acres of parkland. A mobile phone tour of the park is currently being developed. There are many amenities in the park including children's playground, children's splash pool (summer only), tea shop, lake with wildlife, tennis and crazy golf.

Opening Hours

Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 5.30pm

Sunday 2.00pm - 5.30pm

Last admission 5.00pm

Open all year, except between Christmas and New Year - please check with the museum for details.

There is full wheelchair access to all areas of Verulamium Museum, including a lift to disabled toilets. The Roman walls and hypocaust are in the park with a path leading to them from the car park. It is possible for a group to book handling sessions for the visually impaired, call Mrs Rosamund Adlard on 01727 751820.


Attraction Details

VenueVeralamium Museum
AddressSt Michaels, St Albans, Hertfordshire, al3 4sw
Opening times10am - 5.30pm
Entry costs
Attraction typeMuseums

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