About St Albans Railway Station
St Albans Railway Station is one of two train stations serving the city of St Albans, Hertfordshire. It was constructed in the late 19th century by the Midland Railway, as part of an extension towards St Pancras. In its early days, the route was used to transport large shipments of watercress to London and Manchester.
Discover St Albans
St Albans is a beautiful cathedral city, and an oft-overlooked gem of the south of England. Its long and varied history is alive in the well-preserved medieval architecture and Roman remains. Aside from the historical intrigue, the city boasts peaceful parks and countryside, a bustling centre with many popular shops, restaurants, and bars, and convenient transport links to London. Whether you're marvelling at the impressive cathedral, enjoying some of the nightlife, or simply diving right in and seeing what grabs you, you're sure to remember your first trip to St Albans.
Be amazed at the Verulamium Museum
The Verulamium Museum is one of St Albans' most popular tourist attractions, and offers a fascinating look into what life was like in Roman Britain. Named after the third largest city in Roman Britain, the museum's features include interactive discovery areas and recreated rooms, updated information about ongoing excavations, and some of the finest Roman mosaics found anywhere outside of Italy.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near St Albans Railway Station? Travelodge Hemel Hempstead Gateway Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Hatfield Central Hotel.