The Roman Theatre of Verulamium is an excavated discovery that attracts many visitors today as a theater in ruins. The ancient theater was first discovered in 1847 but it was not until 1930 when it was fully excavated. The theater was built in 140 A.D and has unearthed with it a deep history. It is known to be unique for having a stage rather than an amphitheater. With a capacity of 2000 spectators, events here included beast shows, dancing and other combating events. The remains of the stage and the columns are intact and very intriguing. Call ahead for more details.