Top Choice Landmark in Glastonbury

Glastonbury Tor

Topped by the ruined, medieval Chapel of St Michael, the iconic hump of Glastonbury Tor is visible for miles around, and provides Somerset with one of its most unmistakable landmarks. It takes half an hour to walk u…
Top Choice Museum in Glastonbury

Lake Village Museum

The Lake Village Museum displays finds from a prehistoric bog village discovered in nearby Godney. The houses were clustered in about six groups and built from reeds, hazel and willow. It's thought they were occupie…
Top Choice Ruins in Glastonbury

Glastonbury Abbey

The scattered ruins of Glastonbury Abbey give little hint that this was once one of England's great seats of ecclesiastical power. It was torn down following Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries in 1539, and …
Gardens in Glastonbury

Chalice Well & Gardens

Shaded by yew trees and criss-crossed by quiet paths, the Chalice Well and Gardens have been sites of pilgrimage since the days of the Celts. The iron-red waters from the 800-year-old well are rumoured to have heali…
Well in Glastonbury

White Spring

One of Glastonbury's sacred wells, said to have healing powers.