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Verulamium Park is a public park in the City of St Albans, Hertfordshire. Along with being a wide open area for recreational purposes, the park includes all that is left of a Roman settlement from which the park takes it's name. The large amount of...more
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Westminster Lodge Holywell Hill, St Albans AL1 2DL, England
All reviews roman ruins feed the ducks tennis courts large lake outdoor gym ice cream vans open space crazy golf beach volleyball sports facilities splash pool bird life water birds children's playground waffle house duck pond lots of space
This is a very quiet spot in St Albans away from all the traffic noise. It has the River Ver passing through on the north side with a large lake adjacent, lots of water fowl. Attractions in the park consist of a Museum dedicated to...More
Living eight miles away we visit Verulum park several times a year . It is a very peaceful park with small lake, Plenty of wild life , a great place for children, including a water feature area ,and play area . Plenty of parking ,a...More
Beautiful, relaxing, organized, clean, tidy, combining culture and nature with sports activities. It’s a great place for kids, families, young and old people to spend their free time.
It’s a gem for those living in St Albans.
Just a lovely place to wander round, although the lake is a little dry and therefore looking muddy due to the hot summer. They really need to do some cleaning o the lake too but there's a good selection of geese, coots, ducks, etc. There...More
Volley ball sand pitch. Exercise macjhinery outdoors. Splash park. Cafe with healthy Food selections. Ice creams. Playground. Occasional Fairs. Swans in the river. Amazing family picnic area. Parking tends to be full so be aware of that. If you are local bring a proof of...More
First things first, used both sets of toilets at the lake end and by the museum and they were clean, open and working well done St Albans!!!!
How many other parks have a river, a lake, roman walls, a mosaic and Roman central heating, and...More