On most Saturdays and Sundays, the story of the Roman Town of Verulamium comes to life through gallery talks by St Albans Tour Guides on a variety of topics.
The Museum of everyday life in Roman Britain. Verulamium Museum is on the site of one of the major cities in Roman Britain, now an attractive park. Inside you will find: recreated Roman rooms, hands-on Discovery Areas, video presentations, touch screen databases and some of the finest Roman mosaics and wall plasters outside the Mediterranean.
Monday – Friday: 10am – 4.30pm (last admission at 4pm)
Saturday: 11am – 3.30pm (last admission at 3pm)
Joint admission to Verulamium Museum and the Roman Theatre
(Not applicable to group or school bookings)
The remains of the Roman Theatre are a short distance from the Museum and are managed separately by the Gorhambury Estate. The theatre is open daily – see enjoystalbans.com/listing/roman-theatre-of-verulamium.
On most Saturdays and Sundays at 3pm the story of the Roman Town of Verulamium comes to life in the talks which include: Mosaics; Iron Age; Domestic Life; Leisure; Food and Drink; Trading in the Empire; Gods and Goddesses; Death and Burial; House in the Park; Life and Times of Alban.
In addition to the events listed, we offer talks for local groups. Topics include historic St Albans, Roman coins and local archaeology. Contact the museum for more information.
Please refer to the Verulamium Museum website www.stalbansmuseums.org.uk/verulamium
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