Map & Directions

Glastonbury is easy to reach from most major routes, public transport can be more tricky. For further information please see Glastonbury.co.uk.

Driving:

From the North

Take the M5 to Junction 23, and exit onto the A39 heading for Glastonbury. You will pass through Street, and reach a roundabout with B&Q and an Esso. Head towards Town Centre/Abbey/A361, the 3rd exit, and at the end of the road turn left on the mini-roundabout by the Globe public house. You will come to the main High Street as the road turns up the hill.

From the West

Travel up the M5 to Junction 23 as above, and then follow the instructions.

From the South

Make your way North to the A303 by whatever means, and from there head for the A37. Travel North until you reach the A361, and continue into Glastonbury. You will come to the same mini-roundabout described above by the Globe.
If you are feeling adventurous, take the A372 from the A303, then the B3151 for the scenic route. This will bring you out to Street, from there follow for the main road A39 and then Glastonbury as the North instructions.

From the East

From London and anyone south of the M3, take the M3 and then A303 to Glastonbury as described above.
Anyone further North would be advised to take the M4 either all around to the M5 J23 as above, or come off at Bristol for the A37 and make your way to the A361 as above.

Public Transport:

The nearest train station is Castle Cary, however there is very little public transport infrastructure onwards. It is only 20 minutes by taxi, so if you are coming in a large group a minibus would be very sensible.

Otherwise, head for Bristol Temple Meads train station from the North, or Yeovil train station from the South, and take the 376 bus service to Glastonbury; this service usually requires a change in Wells if coming from Bristol.

Glastonbury, Somerset


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