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St Albans Cathedral is the oldest site of continuous Christian worship in Britain. It stands over the place where Alban, the first martyr, was buried after giving his life for his faith over 1700 years ago.The building itself is a blend of...more
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Yes they used St Albans Cathedral to film the coronation scene with John Malkcovich.. I know this as I was in the scene as background. Plus I live near here. It is of superb tapestries..centuries old paintings,etchings and the lead windows are of colours you...More
When I went to visit the cathedrale by chance, a organ concerto was played. It was beautiful. Its free and nice to walk in this very roman cathedrale - that you understand why if you visit the Verulamium Museum. The park outside is wide and...More
It’s located and integrated in the center of the town and is adjacent to the beautiful and historic Verulamium park.
The cathedral, which is one of the oldest in England, is huge and impressive. It’s one of the top attractions in Hertfordshire and is highly...More
Impressive in its architecture and inner design. To understand the cathedral it's essential to know the story of Saint Alban whose shrine is inside. Foundation stone laid in 1115 but there was a church here before.
One of the most significant cathedrals in Britain.
Went here with my mum as I have never been inside the cathedral before. It's an amazing piece of architecture. To go and walk around is free, but they ask for a donation. There is plenty of historical items around with information cards attached and...More
Beautiful St. Albans! The Cathedral and Verulamium are a must visit, steeped in centuries old history going back to the Roman times!
One of the Cathedral tours is a great way to learn about this beautifully peaceful place of worship and there is even a...More
Hi. Thanks for getting in touch. We have 2 wheelchairs available for visitors - if you go to the Vestry when you arrive the virgers will be very happy to help you. Most of the building is wheelchair accessible - with a... More
Hi. Thanks for getting in touch. We have 2 wheelchairs available for visitors - if you go to the Vestry when you arrive the virgers will be very happy to help you. Most of the building is wheelchair accessible - with a lift up to the Shrine of St Alban. Please do get in touch if you would like more information.
Members on the electoral role are given the first chance to apply for tickets, and there are other services which require tickets. Nine Lessons and Carols. But there is usually scope for last minute arrivals at the two... More
Members on the electoral role are given the first chance to apply for tickets, and there are other services which require tickets. Nine Lessons and Carols. But there is usually scope for last minute arrivals at the two services held a few days before Christmas. Also worth while are "Carols on the Hour" and the Christingle Service.
There are various car parks in St Albans