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Shaw's Corner

St. Albans, UK 1.6 mi away
#6 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
This visit to George Bernard Shaw's house was a pure delight, with very friendly and knowledgeable volunteers working in the shop and the house.
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.
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Wheathampstead
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Wheathampstead

Wheathampstead Railway Station

St. Albans, UK 0.2 mi away
#15 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
But a team of local volunteers painstakingly unearthed what was left of the platform and restored it to its former glory - minus the old building of course.
The restored Railway Station / Platform is a must see on the Wheathamstead Heritage Trail.
#3 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Wheathampstead

St Albans South Signal Box

St. Albans, UK 4.6 mi away
#4 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans
The Signal box itself is a listed building which has been carefully and lovingly restored by a group of dedicated volunteers, who have also landscaped the surrounding land to make a very pretty garden, in one part...
It's free to visit but it's definitely worth making a donation for all the loving care and attention that has been put into this little gem.

The Wallingford Screen

St. Albans, UK 4.7 mi away
#8 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans

St Albans Hertfordshire England

St. Albans, UK 4.2 mi away
#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.
The cathedral is stunning and a close walk by is the clock tower which for a small fee can be entered and the views from the top are exceptional.

Panshanger Park,

Hertford, UK 5.2 mi away
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Hertford
At the lowest point is the river Mimram that flows through the landscape that was started by Capability Brown then Humphry Repton, There are lakes with plenty of wildfowl, ancient woods (The great Oak is said to b...
Vast area comprised of woodlands (loads of bluebells in Spring), meadows, lakes and marshes with an abundance of wildlife.

Sopwell Priory

St. Albans, UK 5.4 mi away
#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.

London Gate

St. Albans, UK 6.2 mi away
#22 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in St. Albans