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Cathedral and Abbey Church of Saint Alban

The Cathedral and Abbey Church of Saint Alban is built on what is believed to be the site of the martyrdom of St Alban (c. 250) and its construction began around 1077. It is the seat of the Bishop of

Gorhambury House

The seat of the Earl of Verulam was built in the late 18th century by the architect Robert Taylor and has an extensive collection of family portraits transferred from the old 16th century Gorhambury H

Hill End Hospital - Heritage Lottery Project

The history of Hill End Hospital is being preserved through a grant of over £49,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund. During 2009/10 the project entitled 'Out of Sight, Out of Mind?' will include live p

Museum of St Albans

Founded as the Hertfordshire County Museum in 1898, the Museum of St Albans tells the story of St Albans from the departure of the Romans to the present day. Find out about Alban, Britain's first Chri


A brief history of the Odeon, with thanks to Cinema Treasures. In 1927 St. Albans' first cinema (the Alpha, later called the Poly and still later, the Regent) burned down. The site was cleared and on

Old Gorhambury House

The remains of an imense mansion built in 1563-8 by Sir Nicholas Bacon, Queen Elizabeth's Lord Keeper, and twice visited by the Queen. Its extravagant two-storey porch survives, with parts of the hall

Redbourn Village Museum

Located on the site of a steam driven silk mill, this volunteer-run museum is managed by Redbourn Parish Council.  Its three rooms consider the history, industry and mysteries of Redbourn village

Redbournbury Mill & Bakery

Dating from the sixteenth century and last used for milling in the 1950s, the mill has undergone a 10-year rebuilding and restoration project. It is now established as a museum and as the only working

Shaw's Corner

Built in 1902 and home to the playwright George Bernard Shaw for more than 40 years, this Edwardian house has many of the dramatist's literary and personal possessions, including his Oscar and Nobel p

Sopwell Nunnery

The ruined remains of the Tudor mansion built around 1560 by Sir Richard Lee on the site of a medieval nunnery dating back to 1140, founded by the abbot of St Albans, Geoffrey de Gorham. The mansion f

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