24th May 2013
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Entrance to the Verulamium Museum which tells the story of St Albans when a Roman town.
The Walter Rothschild Zoological Museum, about a 5 minute walk from the centre of Tring. The photograph shows the entrance to the museum car park.
Rye House Gatehouse, alongside the River Lee near Hoddesdon
Guests enjoying the festivities of an Elizabethan banquet at Hatfield House
Berkhamsted Castle is run by English Heritage and open to the public. It is situated alongside the train station, near to the town centre.
Knebworth House, situated on the outskirts of Old Knebworth village. The House and gardens are open to the public, with access gained from junction 7 of the A1(M) motorway.
Visible from miles around, St Albans Cathedral is a magnificent building near to the city centre.
The Clock Tower in St Albans; a mediaeval belfry dating from 1335
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