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Built in 1077, the cathedral boasts a total length of 556 feet, making it second in size only to Winchester Cathedral.Inside the west entrance are a few bays in early English style, with five more on the south side of the nave.A short walk away is the Roman Theatre, the only visible example of its kind in Britain.Linked to two temples, the theater was used for religious festivals, armed combat, and wild animal shows.
A highlight of a visit is the chance to wander recreations of a number of Roman rooms.
The Harpenden Farmers’ Market takes place on the fourth Sunday of each month. Wheathampstead (AL4 8)One of the District's most attractive villages, Wheathampstead has a history dating back to pre-Roman times.
Call in for a pint at the Bull Inn which dates back to the thirteenth century and visit the Farmers’ Market on the third Sunday of each month. (AL3 7)Redbourn retains its country village atmosphere with independent stores and ancient pubs.
Harpenden Harpenden, five miles north of St Albans, has a spacious High Street with a diverse selection of shops and a great variety of pubs and restaurants.
Boasting fine open spaces including Rothamsted Park which hosts a variety of sporting activities and the Common featuring a pond, picnic areas and nature trail.