About The Six Bells
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The Six Bells is a public house in St Michael's Street in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England. The seventeenth century timber-framed building is situated within the walls of the Roman city of Verulamium. It is built on the site of a Roman bath house, which appears to have been damaged when Verulamium was sacked by Boudica in AD 61.
The name of the pub refers to the bells of St Michael's Church, St Albans. The church had six bells in the eighteenth century although it now has more.