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Magna Carta in St Albans
  03-Aug-13 to 29-Aug-13 10:00 AM  
   
  Magna Carta in St Albans  
     
  St Albans Cathedral  
     
     
 
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  St Albans Cathedral is hosting this exhibition on Magna Carta from Saturday 3rd - Thursday 29th August to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Council meeting at St Albans Abbey on August 4th 1213. 

The centrepiece of the exhibition is a rare opportunity to view one of only four surviving copies of Magna Carta on loan from Lincoln Cathedral.

The exhibition explains the background to Magna Carta, describing the events which led to the meeting at St Albans and what happened after.   It also focuses on St Albans in the early 13th century, looking at the importance of St Albans Abbey and life in the Abbey and the surrounding town at that time. A fascinating display of medieval artefacts from the Abbey and town will also be on show. 

Ticket prices:
Online:

£3 - Adult
£2 - Concessions (Senior Citizen, Students)
Free - Children up to 16

On the door:
£4 - Adult
£3 - Concessions (Senior Citizen, Students)
Free - Children up to 16

 
 
  Ticket Prices  
General:
block: 1 Adult : £3.00
block: 1 concession : £2.00
block: 1 Child (up to 16) : £0.00

nb.  Tickets booked online may be subject to a booking fee


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