More information: http://www.enjoystalbans.com/
Full of places of interest to pagans! Once a large Celtic settlement named Verlamion (home to the Catuvellauni Tribe) and then home to the second largest City in Britain during Roman rule (during that time known as Verulamium). Known as Verlamchester to the Mercian Angles (Ango-Saxon's) after the Roman's left and finally becoming St Albans owing to it being the site where St Alban, the first British Martyr, was beheaded. Later becoming a site of pilgrimage and healing, a Benedictine Monastery, nunnery and eventually the stunning Cathedral that we see today. There are some amazing artifacts, ruins and remains to be seen in St Albans outdoors and indoors and the association with healing in this town live on.