Glastonbury has been a place of pilgrimage and spirituality for centuries and attracts visitors of all faiths and none. With its eclectic High Street crowded with independent shops & cafes, picturesque Abbey ruins and, of course, the Tor there is much to do and see in Glastonbury whatever the weather.
In addition to a conventional Tourist Information Centre on Magdalene Street there is also a Pilgrim Reception Centre and the comprehensive Guide to Glastonbury at Glastonbury Online. One of these organisations should be able to provide whatever information you are looking for.
A Glastonbury & Street Guide with everything you need to know about the two towns including information on places to visit, local history, events, where-to-eat and street maps with index can be purchased from the Tourist Information Centre shop
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Tourist Information Centre
Located in St Dunstan’s House, 1 Magdalene Street, the TIC is open most days providing information about the area. The TIC also produces an Accommodation Guide and has a variety of leaflets & books for sale including via mail order. More Info
Glastonbury Online Guide
An online Guide to Glastonbury for both locals & visitors. Listing visitor attractions, events, accommodation, shops & services, therapists and local information. Rather than duplicating existing content Glastonbury Online provides links to other local websites. More Info
Glastonbury Pilgrim Reception Centre
Provides comprehensive information and support to pilgrims, visitors, seekers and the community. Topics covered ranges from the special places in Glastonbury, events, workshops, therapists, faiths and paths, local organisations and much more. Open to people of all beliefs or none. More Info