Getting here

Getting to Chalice Well

Chalice Well is situated at the foot of Glastonbury Tor, on the main road A361. We only have parking for Disabled Badge holders on site. Limited public parking is available in nearby Draper's Car Park, on your right-hand side if you're driving away from Glastonbury High St.

There is also a pay and display car park at the nearby Rural Life Museum but the museum.

Between April and September, a shuttle bus runs between the town centre, (outside the Abbey), Chalice Well and the Tor, so you can park in one of the town centre car parks if you wish.

Details can be found at mendipcommunitytransport.co.uk/torbus.shtml

Chalice Well is 15 minutes walk from the town centre.

You can view more details about getting to Chalice Well by car, bus, coach, train, bike and plane below the map.

By Car | BA6 8DD

From the M5 - Take Junction 23 and follow signs to Glastonbury and then head towards Shepton Mallet.

From the M4 - Either follow M4 until the M5 exit and follow above directions, or take M4 Junction 18 (A46) and follow signs to Bath, then take the A367 towards Shepton Mallet, then the A361 to Glastonbury and then to Shepton Mallet.

From the M3 - Take M3 to Junction 8 (A303), head along until you reach either the B3151 (signs to Glastonbury and Street), A37 (signs to Shepton Mallet, picking up signs to Glastonbury) or A371 (signs to Shepton Mallet, picking up signs to Glastonbury) and follow signs for Glastonbury.

By Bus/Coach

There are frequent coaches from London & Heathrow to Bristol. First Group provides services to Glastonbury - the 376 from Bristol and the 29 from Taunton. Alight in front of the Town Hall.

Between May and September, a shuttle bus runs between the town centre, (outside the Abbey), Chalice Well and the Tor.

Chalice Well is 15 minutes’ walk from the town centre.

For detailed route planning visit travelinesw.com

By Train

The nearest train station to Glastonbury is Castle Cary (on the London Paddington to Plymouth line).

Transport to Glastonbury is only by taxi from here. It is a 16 mile journey with a taxi fare of approx. £30 depending on the time of day.

Alternatives are to travel to Bristol Temple Meads, where the 376 bus takes you directly from outside Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station to Glastonbury, or Bath or Taunton. Onward travel can be via public bus service.

For detailed route planning visit travelinesw.com

By Bike

Glastonbury is on Sustrans National Route 3 and bikes can be secured in the forecourt.

Cycle routes can be found via cycle-route.com

By Plane

Our nearest airport is Bristol, 40 miles away. The best London airports for Glastonbury are Heathrow & Gatwick.