Trip Planner Europe  /  UK  /  England  /  Hertfordshire  /  St. Albans  /  Parks  /  Verulamium Park

Verulamium Park, St. Albans

Categories: Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Verulamium Park is located in St. Albans. Make Verulamium Park a centerpiece of your St. Albans vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our St. Albans trip itinerary planner.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
going to
read all reviews »
  • Good to see what happened in St Albans during the Roman occupancy. How people lived, what was important to them in everyday life. Rhona Henning Namibia 
  • The open spaces, history and activities for the children plus the benefit of a pub nearby - what else could you want. The Children's areas are mixed with a kiddies corner and a splash park. Aged up to...  read more »
  • I love this park. You can park for two hours free which gives you time to walk up into the town, admiring the cathedral on your way, shop in the market, quick coffee and return. Alternatively you can ...  read more »
  • With a good view of the Cathedral and the river Ver by your side. strolling up through the park to see the rich history of the ancient roman wall and hypocaust is recommended. Stop for tea and cake at the Inn on the park or simply grab an ice cream and enjoy the wild fowl of Verulamium lakes. There is plenty to do in the park throughout the year. It features an outdoor gym, sports amenities and play areas. At the west entrance to the park is St. Michaels village, Verulamium museum and Kingsbury watermill's Waffle House. The golf course and running track are accessed from the Holywell hill entrance.
  • The largest park in St Albans. Great for walks around the lake, lots of Roman archaeology, decent café and lots to do for kids - playground, splash park, museum. Nesting herons, plus other wildfowl. The forested area to the south is good for short nature walks. Parking is free for 2 hours in the east car park. The west one is £1.50 for two hours, but cheaper then the other for longer.
  • Even on a bitterly cold Sunday morning there was plenty to see and do. Football and netball practices, bike riders, joggers, dog walkers, ducks, geese, other birds. The cafe was open, an ice cream van on site. The playgrounds are always popular.
  • Lovely Park near the river ver. Lots of fowl around the lake. There is also a play area for kids with a sport area featuring a "mini gym" built so you can lift your weight, or run on a self powered treadmill. Also a small waterpark for children during the summer. Lovely views of St Albans abbey, and monuments. There is a romantic bath house, and you can see remnants of the wall of the old city.
  • Perfect for kids and adults. Nice playground and outdoor gym, lakes with many different water birds. A neat cafe near the parking lot. And the cathedral and ancient pub nearby.
Nearby Attractions