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Explore the top attractions in & around Glastonbury

Here are some of the highlights and must-see sights in and around Glastonbury.

Somerset Rural Life Museum

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.

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.

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.

15-minute walk from the Centre. (0.8 ml)

Chalice Well is one of Britain’s ancient and most loved holy wells nestling in between the Tor and Chalice Hill.

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.

18-minute walk from the Centre (0.8 ml)

It is one of the greatest mysteries of the Isle of Avalon that two different healing springs, one touched red with iron, the other white with calcite, should rise within a few feet of each other from the caverns beneath Glastonbury Tor.

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.

2-minute walk from the Centre (0.1 ml)

This really is one of Glastonbury’s hidden gems. This group of buildings date back to 1250.

16-minutes to the base of the Tor at a steady pace (1.1 ml)

Glastonbury Tor is a sixteen-minute walk from the town centre or catch the Tor Bus to the base of the Tor (April to September).

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.

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