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Redbournbury Watermill and Bakery
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St Albans Clock Tower
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Parish of St Michael
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St. Michael's Church
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#1 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
The Medieval wall-paintings on the columns are well preserved and very evocative, as are the wonderful modern statues to martyrs (including Bonhoeffer and Oscar Romero) on the new organ screen.
Very nice cathedral covering a huge amount of land and with a very interesting history I can recommend the guided tour with very knowledgeable guides well worth a visit if you are anywhere near St Albans
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#2 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
Walking you through each stage, learning new skills, answering questions, giving tips and hints and still so calm and paces the day well - still amazed how he does it and we produced really really tasty goodies (t...
Located on the A1081 between Redbourn and St Albans, this restored watermill is an interesting place to visit.
#3 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
For £1 (children free) you get to climb 93 narrow steps up almost 20m to the roof, from where you can great views along St Peters Street and also of the Cathedral.
When it's open well worth a visit to the top & gain a wonderful view of the city & see St Albans from a totally different perspective!
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#4 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
... invited us in and for 2 hours he held us spell bound with his love for his work on this wonderful little Gem of railway workings and Grade11 listed Signal Box.The garden is also very nice and wildlife friendly.
The signalbox is lovingly restored and a cleverly designed computer system allows it to be worked as if a train is actually being run with bells and levers etc being operated as they were when the box was in opera...
#5 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
... with so much to do - Peter Rabbit shows, magic shows (with my boy invited up on stage!), tractor rides, sand pit, animals, extensive indoor play, fairground rides, searching for pumpkins and so many adventures.
The attractions inside included a petting and feeding zoo, a tractor ride with lively music, a bouncy castle for all ages, a carousel, apart from other rides, a trampoline park, a playground, sheep racing, a pette...
#6 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
I started with a stroll around the grounds, looking at the Statue of St Joan in the dip, the revolving writing hut, the gardens and the orchard before going inside the house when it opened at 1pm.
The guide was excellent and provided lots of interesting facts about Shaw away from his life as a writer.
#7 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
St Michaels is one of the prettiest ares of St Albans with its several good restaurants / pubs, the historic Kingsbury Water Mill , St Michaels (Saxon in origin) Church and the remains of the Roman City of Verulan...
The church of St. Michael is particularly attractive and the street ends very close to the wonderful area of the modern Roman Museum and the magnificent lake.
#8 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
#9 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
A thriving Christian community which welcomes visitors in many thoughtful ways: leaflets in several languages, information, events, community involvement - this church has it all!
We visited this wonderful Church with its very early architecture and fascinating history.
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The Mill Quay

Wheathampstead
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Am a regular to walking at the Estate's public path.

Devil's Dyke

Wheathampstead
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#13 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
Having lived in St.Albans all my life I’ve only in the last few year found the Alban way , I love to cycle from here to Hatfield and it a pleasure to see so many people using this route.
I decided to go for a bike ride and joined the Alban Way Cycle Route from the top of the Great North Road in Hatfield (near Tesco).
#14 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
Roman remains, Verulamium park, the Verulamium museum, wonderful mosaics, a Roman theatre, a lovely cathedral, and more.
There's the large Verulamium Park with children's playground, lake and Roman remains.
#15 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
A statue of George Bernard Shaw is perched on one of the benches and an old cart has been put on the tracks to give it an authentic feel.
Various notice boards shows the history of the station and the restoration process.
#16 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
Apart from the ruins of the nunnery, there are plenty of open spaces for children to run around and explore, as well as a very pleasant boardwalk by the side of the River Ver.
It is the ruins of a Tudor house, built on an old nunnery which was demolished.
#17 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
#18 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
... had a connection with St Albans and together with the other three (Oscar Romero, St Elisabeth Romanov and Dietrich Bonhoeffer) they represent the unity among the Christian churches pioneered by the Cathedral.
Some amazing craftsmanship and it's hard to imagine what early townsfolk felt when in the Cathedral

St Leonard

Flamstead
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