sightseeing from No.29
Historic St Albans Town
Distance from No.29: 5 min walk
Market open Wednesdays and Saturdays, many shops,
restaurants, cafes, historic pubs and amenieties.
St Albans Tourist Information Centre
Distance from No.29:10 min drive / 20 min walk
Award-winning museum of everyday life in Roman Britain
Living history by Legion XIIII every second weekend of
Open Mon-Sat 10am - 5.30pm, Sun 2-5.30 pm
St Michaels, St Albans. Tel 01727 751810
St Albans Museums
St Albans Cathedral
Distance from No.29: 10 min walk
Open 8.00am to 5.45pm all year round.
(closes at 1pm on Christmas Day)
Free Guided Tours 11.30am and 2.30pm weekdays,
11.30am and 2.30pm Saturdays and 2.00pm Sundays.
Meet at the West Door.
St Albans Cathedral
Distance from No.29: 15 min walk
Set in over 100 acres of beautiful parkland,
Verulamium Park, purchased from the Earl of Verulam
in 1929 by the then City Corporation, is a popular
attraction throughout the year.
St Albans District Council Parks and Recreaction
Knebworth House and Gardens
Distance from No.29: 28 min drive
Home of the Lytton Family since 1490.
House, Gardens, Dinosaur park, children's railway
offers a great trip out for adults and children alike.
Hatfield House and Gardens
Distance from No.29: 20 min drive
Built by Robert Cecil, Ist Earl of Salisbury and Chief Minister
to King James I from 1607 to 1611. There is a marvellous
collection of pictures, furnishings and historic armour
on display. The Estate has been in the Cecil family for
400 years, one of England’s foremost political families.
Visting season runs from 11th April until the end of September. Please see website for more details: Hatfield House
Distance from No.29: 20 min train journey
Visit London with it's numerous museums, galleries, historical and visitor attractions.
Train timetables from St Albans City Station
London Tourist Information
Distance from No.29: 2.5 hrs from London St Pancras.
Visit Paris, France - just hop on the Eurostar at London St Pancras!