"St. Stephen's Church" St. Stephen's Church Tip by graeme83

St. Stephen's Church, St Albans: 1 reviews and 2 photos


Originally founded in the year 948, much of this church has been refurbished over the past 1000 years, the most recent being a restoration in the 1860s. A small window, by the door to the Parish Centre, has been dated to around AD950. The church is built in a medieval style. It is located on the ancient Roman road "Watling Street", that ran from Dover, through London and on to Mid-Wales via the Midlands.

The building and grounds are pleasant to look at and walk around. The church is kept locked when unattended, but according to their website it is open on some Sunday afternoons from 2.30pm-5.00pm during the summer. Your best bet if you want to look at the inside is to phone for details.

Address: 14 Watling Street, St Albans Hertfordshire AL1 2PX
Directions: 1 mile west of the city centre
Phone: 01727 862598

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  • Written Jan 4, 2010
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