More about travelling to our hospitals

Suggested walking routes to our hospital sites

Plan your route on foot to St Albans City Hospital

You may prefer to walk to St Albans City Hospital rather than take the car or a bus, so if you're not familiar with the route from the town centre, the Abbey Station or the main St Albans City Station, here are some suggested routes that will direct you to St Albans City Hospital.

Why not print out a route and take it with you?

Walking routes to other sites within the Trust

Please take time to check any correspondence you receive about which of our three hospital sites your appointment or visit is going to be on.

This simple route runs from the town centre to the Verulam Wing upper entrance. The Verulam Wing is where most, but not all, services are run. The Hospital is situated on a hill, so those who may have a heart problem, a condition that affects breathing or walking, may find it preferable to take a taxi, even though it's a short journey. The taxi rank is situated opposite the bus stops in the Marlowes where this route starts.

Please note: you are under no obligation to follow our suggested route. If you do decide to follow the suggested route, you do so at your own risk and West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust cannot accept any responsibility for accidents, mishaps or incidents that may occur when following the suggested route listed on this website.