History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
Glastonbury Tor is reputed to be the mystical 'Isle of Avalon'; the place where King Arthur was taken after his final battle, to recover from his wounds, and prepare to rise again in his country's hour of greatest need.
Glastonbury Tor is an open access site, which means that visitors are free to ascend the Tor to enjoy an unforgettable sunrise or sunset. For excellent views of the Tor, try ascending the neighbouring hill, Wearyall Hill, said to be the site where Joseph of Arimathea landed at Glastonbury.
About Glastonbury Tor
Address: A361, Glastonbury, Somerset, England
Attraction Type: Countryside - Monument
Location: Park and ride buses leave from Glastonbury town centre to the Tor. Or, the base of the Tor is a short walk along the A361, and is well signposted.
Website: Glastonbury Tor
National Trust - see also: National Trust memberships (official website link)
Photo Credit: David Ross and Britain Express
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