The most famous landmark in St Albans, with daily services, an established musical tradition, education centre, bookshop and café.
The most visited arts venue in St Albans has national touring shows, concerts, comedy, films, exhibitions and pantomime.
This unique centre hosts theatre, dance, films, art installations, exhibitions, community events and its own theatre company.
Home to St Albans' main amateur dramatics group The Company of Ten and youth theatre group The Company of Teens.
This pioneering conservation project is now open again for a summer of fun. *KIDS GO HALF PRICE* if you download and present our voucher!
Three attractions that tell the story of St Albans in Roman and medieval times. All are within a short walk of each other.
The St Albans Market (all day Wed & Sat) dates from the 9th century and has over 170 stalls selling everything from fresh fish to fabrics.
Built between 1403 and 1412, the medieval Clock Tower served as a look out and curfew. Climb the narrow and winding 93 steps and enjoy the view.