The Roman Theatre of Verulamium
The ruins one can see today were unearthed in 1847 and 1935. Subsequent excavations in 1957 and 1961 revealed a row of shop foundations, a Roman Villa and a secret shrine, all thought to date from the First Century.
The theatre has been refurbished in 2014 to include new steps, pathways and handrails. There is now improved, yet limited disabled access. The Theatre is available to book for cultural entertainment.
It is also possible to view treasures evacuated from the Roman Theatre site at the St Albans Verulamium Museum.
The theatre is open daily:
1st March – 31st October – 10am-5pm
1st November – 28th February – 10am-4pm
Please note that opening is dependent on weather conditions, the Theatre may close in adverse weather conditions.
Please note that the Roman Theatre will close early at 1pm on Saturday 14th and 21st July 2018.
- Adults - £2.50
- Students and Seniors - £2.00
- Children (5-16) - £1.50
- Schools - £1 per student or teacher
- Under 5’s - Free
School groups are very welcome.
There is limited parking available at the site. Further parking is available outside the St Albans Verulamium Museum where you can also view treasures excavated from the Roman Theatre site.
Bookings and Enquiries
For school bookings and general enquiries, please contact the Roman Theatre:
- 01727 835035
For theatrical and filming requests, please contact Strutt and Parker on:
- 01727 738280