Explore the hidden history of St Albans as buildings normally closed to the public are opened for a special Heritage Open Days weekend.
You can also visit many of the City’s museums and attractions for free or a reduced cost during the annual Heritage Open Days event from Thursday 7 to Sunday 10 September.
This is your once-a-year chance to view some architectural treasures, enjoy guided tours and take part in other activities.
One highlight is the St Albans Three Towers Challenge – a chance to climb a total of 800-plus steps and get a bird’s eye view of the City from three historic landmarks: the Clock Tower, St Peter’s Tower and the Cathedral Tower. Those who succeed will receive a Three Towers Challenge medal as a souvenir. To apply for a place, go to http://bit.ly/2vMJoj7.
Your local history and culture will also brought to life by:
More details of these and other events are available online at www.enjoystalbans.com/heritageopendays