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About St Albans

St Albans, Hertfordshire’s only city, has been welcoming visitors from far afield for over 2,000 years. The magnificent Cathedral still dominates the skyline of the city and is best known for the shrine of St Alban and its medieval wall paintings. Beyond the Cathedral you can relax in the green oasis of Verulamium Park, 100 acres of tranquil parkland close to the heart of the city and the architectural heritage of St Michael's village and Fishpool Street.

Local Attractions:

St Albans has a wealth of attractions and plenty to see and do. Below is a list of but a very few of the attractions.

  • Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban
  • The de Havilland Aircraft Heritage
  • Roman Theatre
  • Willow Farm Village
  • And much much more.



St Albans is rich in heritage and tradition, evidence of which can be found down every street and arcade where traders have plied their wares for many a century.

Stop awhile and look up at medieval craftsmanship evident in windows, doorways and timber-framed buildings. Blending into the historic are shopping centres, The Maltings and Christopher Place, offer a range of retail goods. A visit to St Albans for shopping is a unique and varied experience, a contrast to indoor shopping malls. 

The bustling city centre market on Wednesdays and Saturdays is one of the largest in the south east of England, with 160 stalls.

Established over 1,000 years ago, the colourful street market extends through the heart of St Albans, offering an enormous variety of  wares from foodstuffs, flowers, gifts, clothes and souvenirs to crafts and more unusual items.

Don’t miss the Farmers’ Market on the second Sunday of the month and the regular continental markets, which offer goods and produce from various European countries.