What’s On in Hatfield this March

What’s On in Hatfield this March

This month why not enjoy an Easter break and explore Hertfordshire and beyond. From historic houses and gardens, rolling parkland and the remains of the Roman past, to quality shopping and Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter, it’s all on our doorstep.

Historical Treasures

History buffs will find themselves enchanted by the rich tapestry of heritage sites dotting the landscape. Explore the grandeur of St Albans Cathedral, an architectural marvel steeped in centuries of history, and book an exclusive Tower Tour. Climb the 211 winding steps of the spectacular Norman Tower, the only great crossing tower left standing in the country from the 1000s.

Marvel at the Roman bricks from which it is constructed, enjoy a close-up view of the tower’s painted ceiling, visit the Bell Ringing Chamber and Belfry and view the Cathedral’s 21 bells. View the City of St Albans from the tower roof and, on a clear day, the tall buildings of the City of London. Its an amazing insight into this incredible building. Discover more book HERE.

Nature’s Embrace

March heralds the onset of spring, painting the countryside with vibrant hues and fragrant blooms. Hatfield House is the undisputed jewel in the crown of Hertfordshire, and the majestic Gardens and Park reopen on March 30th. Find more details on visiting HERE.

Cultural Rendezvous

We recommend a trip to the galleries of St Albans Museum + Gallery, where contemporary artworks and historical artefacts converge to tell the tale of a region steeped in creativity and innovation. Discover opening times and whats on HERE.

For culture of the more pop variety, dont miss the Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter. Its a fun day out for all the family, and an easy journey of just 25 minutes drive from us at The Comet Hotel London Hatfield. Discover more HERE.Booking in advance is a must.

Outdoor Adventures

How about an expedition along the Alban Way, a scenic trail that winds its way through picturesque countryside and charming villages? The Alban Way is a trail of approximately 6.5 miles for cyclists and walkers along the former railway line between St Albans and Hatfield. If you look carefully you may be able to see the former railway platforms in the undergrowth, and along the way there are several artworks which have beencommissioned as part of St Albans District Councils public art strategy. Great for runners and walkers, youll find the Alban Way route close to us at The Comet, and discover further details HERE.

We hope weve given you a few ideas for your March visit to The Comet Hotel London Hatfield, and do please ask if we can help make your stay even better in any way.