Glastonbury Tor

A Stunning Cultural Monument

Glastonbury Tor and the sole remaining tower of St Michaels church have a long interesting history. Famous for its cultural, spiritiual and historical significance, the Tor draws visitors from all corners. Not to forget, the amazing views and beautiful countryside for long walks and to cleanse the soul.

What’s it all about?

Glastonbury Tor is a hill topped by the remains of a tower from the church of St Michael. The Tor is site of significant cultural and spiritual importance, believed by many to have mystical and religious connections, particularly in the realms of Arthurian legend and paganism.

Today, Glastonbury Tor and its surrounding mysticism is still celebrated by Pagan followers.

What can I expect to see?

Visitors can expect to see the remains of the tower, as well as absorb the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. The hill and surrounding areas also offers opportunities for walking and hiking, and is a popular spot for visitors seeking a connection to the area’s history and spirituality.

Where is Glastonbury Tor located from the Berrys Drop Off?

We’ve included a Google Maps route to help guide you there.

How do I get there from the Berrys drop-off point?

Glastonbury Tor is approximately 27 minutes from the Berrys Coaches drop-off outside the Town Hall.

Once you step off the coach, follow the road until you reach Market Place. Bear right and continue down the High Street. A few metres along, keep an eye out for a small lane called Hanover Square on your right side. Turn down here onto Silver Street and keep going until you reach a T-junction.

Here, you turn right onto Chilkwell Street and then keep going for about half a mile. Keep straight at the roundabout and keep walking for another half a mile.

Make a left onto Wellhouse Lane and from here you need to follow the path that will take you directly to Glastonbury Tor