My new St Albans 360 degree Virtual Video Tour

As almost everyone who reads my blog must know, I’m in my 16th month of no tour work or any government support whatsoever so during the winter I started creating video tours in and around London.

Virtual Video Tours

They are all filmed in a special 360 degree camera which allows you to scroll on your phone, tablet or computer in any direction as I walk around the streets giving a tour.

Last week I released my first such tour which is out London, in beautiful and ancient St Albans.  Some of you might remember I recently posted on the Holy Well with links to the father of King Arthur.

This tour is just over an hour long and we some of its Roman ruins in the beautiful park and visit one of the most beautiful Anglo-Saxon parish churches nearby.  On the way to the Abbey-Cathedral we visit a pub that has a claim to being the oldest in Britain.

St Albans Cathedral

Standing on a hill St Albans Abbey overlooks the old Roman city.

Throw in a fantastic old gatehouse from the Peasants Revolt , a very special WW1 memorial and the only medieval free-standing clock tower in Britain and what better way could you explore the world and spend 64 minutes with me in St Albans and all for just £10 🙂

All you have to do is click on the link below and enter in your card details and you get instant access.  I hope some of you enjoy it as I know my London themed walks have been popular.

St Albans 360 degree virtual walking tour

About Stephen Liddell

I am a writer and traveller with a penchant for history and getting off the beaten track. With several books to my name including a #1 seller, I also write environmental, travel and history articles for magazines as well as freelance work. Recently I've appeared on BBC Radio and Bloomberg TV and am waiting on the filming of a ghost story on British TV. I run my own private UK tours company (Ye Olde England Tours) with small, private and totally customisable guided tours run by myself!
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