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Glastonbury Abbey

Magdalene Street

01458 832267
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Opening Times

Open all year

December to February
Mon-Sun: 09:00-16:00

March to May
Mon-Sun: 09:00-18:00

June to August
Mon-Sun: 09:00-20:00

September to November
Mon-Sun: 09:00-17:00

Last entry 30 mins before closing


Adults: £7.00*
Children: £4.00 (5-15 years)
Children: Free (Under 5 years)
Concessions: £6.00*
Students: £6.00*
Family: £18.00*
Groups: £6.00 per person for groups of 10+ people (for every 10 paying people the 11th person goes free)

*Gift Aid price

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There are many legends surrounding the once greatest and richest abbey in England. It is said King Arthur and Guinevere were buried at the site, and that Joseph of Arimathea planted the holy thorn nearby.

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The Abbey offers visits for schools and adult groups. Please contact the Abbey for more information.


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