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Glastonbury Museum at The Tribunal 

Glastonbury Museum at The Tribunal 

Glastonbury Museum at the Tribunal is a community museum at the heart of Glastonbury’s High Street. Glastonbury Town Council and Glastonbury Antiquarian Society will be bringing the stories of Glastonbury’s town and people to life.

Already housed in the late 15th-century stone merchant’s house, is the Glastonbury Lake Village collection. This collection presents an insight into everyday life in an Iron Age settlement when much of Somerset’s landscape was covered by wetlands.

Tickets are £4 for adults and £2 for ages 5-16 as well as students (upon proof of ID). Members of English Heritage and the Glastonbury Antiquarian Society enter free. Season passes cost £15 for Glastonbury Residents and £20 for non-residents. The museum is run by Glastonbury Town Council with all proceeds reinvested into the town. Opening hours are 10am to 5pm, except Tuesdays which has a later opening of 12pm to 5pm. The museum is closed Wednesdays. There is a small book and souvenir shop on-site that is free to enter. 

Please email [email protected] with press and general enquiries. 

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