St Michael's, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 4SW
The Museum of Everyday Life in Roman Britain
Verulamium was the third largest city of Roman Britain and the museum stands on the site of the Roman town. The museum holds archaeological collections from the Roman city of Verulamium and the medieval town of St Albans including mosaics, pottery, metalwork, glassware and bone.
Families are always welcome at our museum. Inside you will find: friendly and informative staff, recreated Roman rooms, hands-on discovery areas, video presentations, and of course some of the finest Roman mosaics and wall plasters outside the Mediterranean.
The Museum’s services include regular family activities (story time, crafts, mosaic making), a schools programme (workshops, tours, artefact handling), access to its library, a free object identification service, lectures, work experience placements and volunteering opportunities.
Information on Verulamium Museum , St Michael's , St Albans
|Opening Times:||Mon-Sat 10:00-17:30, Sun 14:00-17:30, see website for holiday opening times.|
|Admission:||Free entry to residents of St Albans & District. Adults £5.00, children (5+) £2.50, (under-5's free) concessions £3.00, family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) £12.00.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Location:||By car: for SatNavs, use AL3 4SW. The museum is about 6 minutes drive from St Albans Town Centre, accessible via St Michael's Street or off Bluehouse Hill (the A4147). Please note you cannot turn right off here, if you are heading north and will need to go up to the roundabout and turn around. On foot: we are about a 20 minute pleasant walk from the Town Centre - you can walk all the way down George Street, then Fishpool Street - some of the oldest streets in the city, or come via the Abbey and Verulamium Park. By train: St Albans is on two train lines - the Thameslink line to St Albans City (Bedford/Brighton/London), about a 30 minute walk away + the Abbey Flyer line from Watford Junction to St Albans Abbey, about 20 mins walk through the Park.|
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