Below are a list of events in and around the Abbey Line train service area
The activities and events below take place at the St Albans Museum + Gallery
Science in St Albans: Novum Organum Scientiarum
18 October 2019 – March 2020
This fascinating exhibition celebrates some of the incredible scientists who have lived and worked in St Albans and the surrounding District. Learn about Francis Bacon’s new experimental method, described in his book Novum Organum Scientiarum, and discover how it still shapes the way we work today from the longest running agricultural experiment in the world at Rothamsted to the pioneering work of entomologist Eleanor Ormerod and Stephen Hawking’s work on Black Holes
This exhibition is supported by AHRC.
- The activities and events below take place at the Verulamium Museum
Running with Thread
18 January – 19 April 2020
Nicola Moody is a local artist who has collaborated with parkrun Luton and Wardown House to create three woven artworks based on data from three different participants of parkrun. The runners’ time, heartrate and length of stride are all factors that have influenced the scale and design of the work.
This exhibition is free with admission.
- St Albans Market – bag a bargain every Wednesday and Saturday