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Museum of St Albans, St Albans, Hertfordshire

Museum of St Albans
Hatfield Road
St Albans
Hertfordshire

AL1 3RR | View map
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At the Museum of St Albans you can discover the fascinating story of the historic cathedral city. This grew up around the great medieval abbey, a place of pilgrimage. The rise of St Albans from a market town and coaching centre to a modern commuter city is told through lively displays using the Museum's collections.

The Museum of St Albans is also the home of the famous Salaman Collection of trade and craft tools, collected by Raphael Salaman, author of the Dictionary of Woodworking Tools and the Dictionary of Leatherworking Tools. This popular display speaks to the non-specialist as well as the enthusiast.

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Tourist Info Number: +44 (0) 01727 819 340
Months Open: January - December
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Coach Parking: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: None - wildlife garden picnic area

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