The remains of a 2nd-century Roman theatre stand beside the Roman road of Watling Street on the edge of St Albans. The theatre is unique in Britain in that it has a raised stage, rather than a traditional amphitheatre. Bluehouse Hill, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, AL3 6AE
At the southern edge of Verulamium Park in St Albans stands a section of the city walls of Verulamium, the old Roman city of St Albans. The walls were constructed between AD 265 and 270. Surviving sections of the wall include the foundations of towers and the London Gate. King Harry Lane, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England
A 3rd-century mosaic and hypocaust system in the heart of the Roman town of Verulamium. Excavated in the 1930s but only now open to view under a modern protective building. Verulamium Park, St Michael's Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, AL3 4SW
This modern museum stands within the old Roman town of Verulamium and displays a wonderful array of mosaics and plaster wall paintings excavated on the site. There are recreations of Roman life, and finds including the Verulamium Venus goddess figure and a lead coffin decorated with scallop carvings. St Michael's Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, AL3 4SW
A 3rd-century Roman bath complex lies in an underground steel vault directly beneath the A1(M) motorway. The baths formed part of the Dicket Mead villa and were in use for 150 years from the early 3rd century. There is also an exhibition of archaeological finds including the skeleton of a 1st-century woman. Welwyn By-Pass, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, England, AL6 9FG
Attraction Type: Roman - Roman Baths Heritage Rating:?