From the dawn of the Renaissance to the Post-Reformation these tours explore the history of St Albans Abbey in the 1400 and 1500s, a time of new ideas and changes to the fabric of the building, but which also saw the monastery ransacked during the Wars of the Roses and later closed on the orders of Henry VIII.

Monday 4 March The anniversary of the burial of Duke Humphrey of Goucester 2pm
Tuesday 23 April Anniversary of the births of composer and Master of the Music Robert Fayrfax, and William Shakespeare 2pm
Prices

Adult | £10

Concessions | £9

Child 4 - 16 years | £3