Villages and Hamlets in St Albans
When you visit St Albans there is plenty to see and do. This includes a range of villages and Hamlets too. Here are a few of the great attractions that you can visit during your trip.
St Albans has a wealth of hamlets and villages. There is also plenty of walks and historic churches to visit.
Then there are family attractions like Shaw's Corner and the Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre.
One location you have to visit is Bricket Wood. It's an island community with beautiful green fields. The Woodside Retreat Fairgrounds were set up in 1889.
Chiswell Green is a great park that is quite popular too. It's said to be the remains of the quarry that was used throughout centuries. It's a historic piece of St Albans and a great idea for a family day out.
Then you can also visit Harpenden, which is just five miles from St Albans. It offers a series of shops, restaurants and more. There is also a range of sporting activities to enjoy. You can even take part in a nature trail.
Redbourn is a country village that has a list of shops and pubs. It's an ancient town with an old church called St Mary. It also has a restored watermill which you can visit on selected days. This is a truly historic area and a great option for tourists to visit.
Book your accommodation in St Albans by phoning the Potter & Pint at 01992 500296.