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Trip List by jboddey

Hatfield, Hertfordshire

28 Mar 2009  I live in hatfield
3.0 of 5 stars based on 1 vote

Things to to in Hatfield, Hertfordshire

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  • 1. Hatfield House
    Hatfield House, Hatfield, Hertfordshire

    Hatfield is famous for this!! Hatfield House was built in 1611 by Robert Cecil, first Earl of Salisbury and son of Lord Burghley. It is a massive house to visit the house, gardens and park. You can pay to see the house, park and gardens seperatly or pay the full price to see them all at a Fee of: Adult £10.50, Senior £9.50, child (5-15 years) £5.00. Exit the A1(M) at junction 4 (after the Hatfield Tunnel if travelling from the South) and follow the brown leisure signs for Hatfield House via the A414 and A1000. The main entrance is opposite Hatfield railway station on the Great North Road (A1000).

  • 2. St Albans Abbey

    The Abbey is named after 'Alban', a pagan living in the Roman city of Verulamium, where St Albans is now, and is where the Abbey sits. There is a lake and old Roman walls in the green Verulamium Park, with a ice cream van seasonally, and very close walk to the city town of St.Albans. Address: Sumpter Yard, St Albans, Herts, 01727 860 780.

  • 3. Welwyn Romans Walls

    The Roman Baths are in Welwyn (not welwyn garden city) The baths were originally built sometime during the 3rd century AD and remained in use for about 150 years. The baths are simple in design. Visitors can walk around the baths and look down from the gantry and follow the path the Romans would have taken through the process of bathing. Admission £1, free to students, children. Free parking, Address: Welwyn Roman Baths, Welwyn By Pass, Hertfordshire, AL6 9NX. It is well sign posted to get to.

  • 4. Hatfield and Welwyn Museum (and Mill)

    The Museum (and Mill) is located just off the A414 between Hatfield and Hertford, near Welwyn Garden City. It is a museum with gardens and the history as well as the Mill, which turns on Tues and wednesday 2 - 5pm which you can watch. The museum gives you the Mills History. Free Admission. Lots of free parking. How to get there: From the A1(M), leave at junction 4. Take the A414 signed towards Hertford. Go past Tesco on the major roundabout and then the Audi dealership on a mini roundabout. Once out of the roundabouts and on the dual carriageway heading to Hertford, you will quickly come upon a slip road signed to Welwyn Garden City - the A1000. This is preceded by a brown directional sign with a waterwheel upon it pointing towards us. You will also see Bush Hall hotel. Follow the brown Mill Green signs from this point onwards.

  • 5. Stanborough Park

    Stanborough Park is a lovely wide open space with a huge lake running through it. It is in Stanborough in Welwyn garden City, just on the border of Hatfield. It has a fishing lake, water sports, many different walk ( for Dogs too) Ducks to feed in the lake, ice-cream van and cycle rides. Address: Stanborough Road, Welwyn Garden City, Herts, AL8 6DQ