These are some links to local websites for places you might like to go during your stay, or which have additional information on the area.
Glastonbury Abbey The greatest medieval monastery remains a uniquely special place today.
Glastonbury Festival The World’s Greatest Party
Glastonbury Pilgrim Reception Centre For those visitors who are particularly interested in the sacred aspects of Glastonbury.
Glastonbury Tourist Information Centre Lots of useful information on local events, tickets, travel etc. and home of the Glastonbury Lake Village Museum – well worth a visit.
Glastonbury Online An interesting website based in Glastonbury.
Wells Cathedral One of England’s finest Gothic masterpieces
The Bishops Palace This splendid medieval Palace has been the home of the Bishops of Bath and Wells for 800 years.
Somerset WildlifeTrust Somerset is a county rich in spectacular wildlife – this site tells you when and where to see it.
Clarks Village is the UK’s foremost outlet shopping centre with over 90 outlet shops offering up to 60% OFF rrp on a host of famous brands.
Bath & West Show Annual agricultural Jamboree.
Cheddar Caves and Gorge A major attraction for over 200 years with plenty to do above and below ground.
Glastonbury Tor Nature’s pyramid?
Exmoor National Park Stunning landscapes, wilderness and tranquility, rare in southern England, and a warm rural welcome await you on Exmoor, one of Britain’s hidden treasures.
The Chalice Well One of the oldest continuously used holy wells in Britain.
The West Somerset Railway Take a journey of discovery, relive your childhood, or simply sit back and relax as you travel along one of Britain’s Best and longest Heritage Railways.
The Glastonbury Symposium A rather special weekend conference in Glastonbury investigating Crop Circles and Signs of our Times
Avalon Marshes Centre Step back in time and see reconstructed iron age houses from Glastonbury’s celebrated Lake Village.
Glastonbury Extravaganza Two very special nights of music & fireworks in the grounds of Glastonbury Abbey
The Glastonbury Carnival You have to see it to believe it – the amazing Guy Fawkes Carnival
Somerset Arts Week Open Studios, special events and exhibitions held throughout the county..
Strode Theatre Live theatre in the heart of Somerset.
Archaeological & Natural History Society The Historical Society for the County of Somerset since 1849
Hauser & Wirth Contemporary art gallery Gardens Restaurant – Bruton