Verulamium Museum

Admission Charge

Verulamium Museum displays the vast collection of finds excavated from the Roman town of Verulamium. These range from large mosaics to the small objects of everyday life giving the visitor an opportunity to discover the life and times of a major Roman city. Legion XIIII, a re-enactment group, occupies the galleries on the second weekend of each month explaining the tactics and equipment of the Roman army.

Admission:
Free for residents of St Albans District. Entry fees apply for non-residents.

Opening hours:

  • Monday to Saturday 10am– 5:30pm (last entry 5)
  • Sundays 2:30pm– 5:30pm (last entry 5)
  • For Bank Holidays and Christmas opening please check with the website

Facilities:

  • Gift shop
  • Pay & Display Car Park adjacent to Verulamium and additional public car parking a short walk away across Verulamium Park.
  • Parkland setting
  • Café nearby
  • Schools lunch room available (booking required)
  • Schools cloakrooms

Access Information:

  • Full disabled access
  • Entrance, shop and galleries are all on one level. 
  • There is a lift to reach the accessible WC and baby change facilities.

What's On page:
www.stalbansmuseums.org.uk/whats-on/

Museum logo
Photo of Verulamium Museum

Details

Address: Verulamium Museum
St Michael’s Street, St Albans
Hertfordshire AL3 4SW

Telephone: 01727 751810

www.stalbansmuseums.org.uk/verulamium/