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Colombia Press

This pub is closed permanently.

Watford >

Waterend Barn

Don’t be fooled by the exterior brick work: inside, it’s a whole different building.

St Albans >

The Pennsylvanian

Learn how William Penn founded Pennsylvania.

Rickmansworth >

The Admiral Byng

This pub has its own HMS Victory!

Potters Bar >

The Moon Under Water

This pub is named after a pub described by George Orwell in an article in the Evening Standard on 9 February, 1946.

Watford >

The Moon and Cross

Waltham Cross owes its name to a cross erected by King Edward I.

Waltham Cross >

The King James

This pub is closed permanently.

Cheshunt >

The Port Jackson

Sir George Jackson was principal shareholder in the scheme that turned the shallow River Stort into the Stort Navigation.

Bishop’s Stortford >

The Star

It is now thought that this building was originally a medieval open hall.

Hoddesdon >


Stevenage >

The Three Magnets

Discover the history of Letchworth.

Letchworth >

The Six Templars

Read about one of the last witch trials in England!

Hertford >

The Standing Order

This pub was once a Lloyds bank.

Stevenage >

The Manor House

Discover the history of Royston.

Royston >

The Crown

This building probably dates back to the 16th century.

Berkhamsted >

The Hart & Spool

This pub is closed permanently.

Borehamwood >

The Angel Vaults Inn Hitchin

Do you remember the Lucas Brewery?

Hitchin >

Harpsfield Hall

Take a look at old photographs of Hatfield Aerodrome.

Hatfield >

The Full House

This pub has some very grand, cinema-style features.

Hemel Hempstead >