Discover the early history of St Albans from the Iron-Age settlement of Verlamio, through the Roman and Anglo-Saxon periods, and into the Medieval period – traces of which can still be seen today.

Led by a team of experts, participants will start at the Verulamium Museum to explore the earliest settlement, discover what we can learn from Geophysical research and map the changes in the settlement through Roman decline and the Anglo-Saxon period.

Emulating the shift of location and transfer of power between the Roman municipium of Verulamium and the medieval town of St Albans, participants will be invited up to the Cathedral to investigate more into the town which grew up around the Abbey and monastic community there.

The day will end with the opportunity to visit the City that Went Uphill display at St Albans Museum + Gallery.

More information and speaker details to follow – please check back for more information.

Light refreshments provided, but please bring your own lunch.

Date and time: Saturday 14 March, 10am-3.30pm

Price: £25

Venue: Starts at the Verulamium Museum, and moves to St Albans Cathedral. Optional visit to St Albans Museum + Gallery at the end of the day. 

All venues offer step-free access, and help can be provided for those who require assistance with the change of venue. Please let us know of any access requirements in advance.

To book please click on the button below, which will take you to the booking page (please note that as this is a joint event, booking is not through the Cathedral Box Office):

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