Glastonbury Tor and Abbey
Surrounded by myth and mystery. Walk the ruined Abbey and admire the view from the Tor. Take in the romantic ruins and peaceful parkland. If you visit in the summer months, take a tour with a costumed guide who'll teach you the history and show you where King Arthur is believed to be buried.
Glastonbury Abbey website
National Trust website for Glastonbury Tor
NT Glastonbury Tor - 01278 751874 (or [email protected] )
What makes it special
- Explore the ancient Abbey
- Climb the legendary Glastonbury Tor
Opening Times (Abbey)
January & February - 9am to 4pm
March to May - 9am to 6pm
June to August - 9am to 8pm
September & October - 9am to 6pm
November & December - 9am to 4pm
Opening Time (Glastonbury Tor)
Dawn to Dusk
Online Price [Price on the Gate] (Abbey)
Adult - £8.20 [£9.10]
Over 60 - £7.10 [£7.90]
Student (with card) - £7.10 [£7.90]
Child 5-15 Years - £4.95 [£5.45]
Family (2 Adults + up to 3 Children) - £20.80 [£23.10]
Glastonbury Tor - free
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