Verulamium Museum (St Albans) Reviews
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by - written on 06/08/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
***REVIEW BASED ON MUSEUM ONLY*** We have just come back from staying at a family member's house in Wheathampstead close to St Albans and on one of the day's it had decided to unsurprisingly rain particularly hard and wanted to take the children out as they hate being house bound but needed somewhere inside. After a quick phone call to my father he suggested we go to the verulamium museum in St Albans, loving museum's the car was filled and we were off!! The museum is located in the rather large Verulamium park on the outskirts of the city. The park is built on the old roman city and has many excavations dotted around including the Germain block and ... Read the complete review
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