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“The reconstructed shrine of St Alban provides a prayer space for those who want to visit the site as a pilgrimage, and the new statues of the martyrs are a good reminder that it is a living church.”
“... is a great way to learn about this beautifully peaceful place of worship and there is even a tour to the top of the tower with over 220 narrow steps, but worth the climb for the spectacular Hertfordshire views!”
“Decided to grab a takeaway from the Maccy Dees on site and my order was served very quickly and was delicious, Cheese Burger, Medium Fries and a Chocolate Shake, I will make this my halfway stop in future, top marks.”
“Have just come home from a wonderful afternoon exploring the site - the children loved the 'big horses', sheep close enough to really see even though the size of the cows in the paddock were daunting to the littlest!”
“What is so charming about this place is that all the buildings have been removed from their original sites, in some cases brick by brick and lovingly and painstakingly reconstructed on this expansive open air site.”
“Climb thses steps to the top of the tower and you'll be rewarded with stunning views of the surrounding area and the countryside.”
“The Clock Tower was built as a monument to civic pride between 1403 and 1412 A.D. Sitting at the bottom of the market place and French Row, when the tower is open, offers a really good view of the town.”