Known as the Heart Chakra of the World

Helping you explore the town of Glastonbury

Helping you explore the beautiful vibrant spiritual historic town of Glastonbury

Glastonbury Information Centre

Welcome to the heart of Glastonbury

Located in Glastonbury: St Dunstan’s House, 1 Magdalene Street, Glastonbury BA6 9EL 01458 333144

Chat about where to go and what to see with our knowledgeable staff, plan your visit with information guides and leaflets and browse our beautiful range of locally made gifts.

We are ticket agents for Chalice Well, Berrys Coaches and local events.

You can fill up your water bottle from the filling station just outside the centre. We are dog friendly so please visit us with your companion.

Let us help you plan your visit to Glastonbury

Home of the Glastonbury Unity Candle

Our team comprises of:

The Tourist Information Centre

Providing visitors and the local community with information on things to see and do, accommodation, maps and local travel information.

The Pilgrim Reception Centre

The Pilgrim Reception Centre is located within the Glastonbury Information Centre, offering support, information and inspiration to all visitors. 

The Glastonbury Unity candle was first activated in 2010 during a ceremony attended by people representing different faiths, paths and beliefs.

Town Hall Reception Desk

Unity candle

May Peace Prevail On Earth • Moge Vrede Heersen Op Aarde

Explore the top attractions in & around Glastonbury

15-minute drive from the Centre (6.7 ml)

At the heart of Somerset’s Levels and Moors, lies the Avalon Marshes. An area of international significance enjoyed by all.

1-minute walk from the Centre. (0.1 ml)

Glastonbury Museum at the Tribunal is currently in development and will be opening its doors to visitors soon.

12-minute walk from the Centre (0.6 ml)

Somerset Rural Life Museum tells the story of the county’s rich rural and social history.

2-minute walk from the Centre (0.09 ml)

The permanent Temple space in the Courtyard of the Glastonbury Experience, is open to the public, 365 days of the year.

2-minute walk from the Centre (0.1 ml)

For those of you not familiar with The Mural Trail, it is a collection of over 50 artworks that adorn walls in all areas of the town.

4-minute walk from the Centre (0.1 ml)

The history and legends that surround Glastonbury Abbey are unparalleled by any other Abbey in England.

Glastonbury Tor • Glastonbury Abbey • Chalice Well • Somerset Rural Life Museum

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Read the latest news and updates

News, events and all things Glastonbury

What is Imbolc? Snowdrops are a key symbol of Imbolc
29 Jan 2024
Imbolc, celebrated around February 1st or 2nd marks the halfway point between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. It is a Celtic festival that signifies the early signs of spring and the awakening of the earth from its winter slumber.
19 Dec 2023
Winter Solstice marks the shortest day and the longest night of the year. As nature slows down in winter, the solstice becomes a time for personal reflection, rest and looking forward to the gradual increase in light each day.
Samhain in Glastonbury
23 Oct 2023
Samhain is the end and the beginning of the Celtic New Year, an affirmation of rebirth in the midst of death and darkness, the end and death of the old year, bringing opportunity for renewal and new beginnings.
25 Sep 2023
Queen Elizabeth II’s unprecedented Platinum Jubilee anniversary was a wonderful opportunity for Glastonbury to celebrate our unique association and relationship with the Royal Family of this sceptred isle.
How to celebrate Autumn Equinox
20 Sep 2023
The Autumn Equinox is a moment of balance and reflection. It invites us to celebrate the harvest, embrace gratitude, and seek equilibrium in our lives.

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