Getting to Glastonbury
 


Glastonbury Glastonbury can be hard to get to but its worth it when you arrive. It does not matter what method of transport you use, the final leg of the journey will be by bus, taxi, car, bicycle or on foot. On this page we have tried to list the various options with links to timetables and booking faciities. Due to the time needed to get to Glastonbury we do not recommend attempting a day trip from London - you would need to be based in either Bristol or Bath to make a day-trip feasible and enjoyable.








By Air By Air






Our nearest airport is Bristol and the best London airports for connections to Glastonbury are Heathrow & Gatwick.

Our Local Airport

Bristol International Airport
Bristol, Avon, BS48 3DY
Enquiry Desk Tel: 0870 1212 747
Airport Code: BRS
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There is a connecting bus from Bristol Airport into Bristol centre & Temple Meads Railway station (Bristol International Flyer service). Full details are on the airport website.
From Bristol there is a local bus to Glastonbury.. See our section below for further info.

Airport - Glastonbury transfers

Tor Webster
0044 (0)7813156784
0044 (0)1458 899428
info@torstourofthetor.com
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Zest Taxis
07980 622022
zesttaxi@gmail.com
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GNS Taxis
01934744744
sales@gnstaxis.co.uk
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By Bus By Bus






First Bus There is a regular, hourly, bus service connecting Glastonbury to Bristol, Wells and Yeovil (service 376). Less frequent services run to Bath and Taunton.
Routes & Timetables at the Firstgroup website .
Note that due to recent cuts the bus service on Sundays & Bank Holidays is limited or non-existent on some routes. There is NO bus service (no:29) to and from Taunton at any time on Sundays. Evening services have also been reduced. In addition Wells Bus Station has now become the default destination if travelling to Glastonbury from Bristol, Bath or Shepton Mallet. Luckily most buses to Wells arrive in time for a connecting service to Glastonbury.






By Road By Car






From London: M3 then A303 and A37.
From the North East: A1 or M1, M25 to M3 (Junction 12), then A303 and A37.
From the Midlands: M40 and A34 to A303 and A37.
From the North West: M6, M5 to A39 (Junction 23) then A361.
From Wales: M4, M5 to A39 (as above)
From the West Country: A37 or A361
Detailed Route Maps can be found at the AA website

Car Hire

KNW
01749 671353
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Rhino Car Hire
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By Coach By Coach






National Express Coaches
There is one daily National Express coach service (403) that directly connects London and Glastonbury. That departs London at 18.00 and Glastonbuy at 06.50 - hence it is not possible to do a day trip from London by coach.
Timetables & Fares on the National Express website

Berrys Coaches
Connecting Glastonbury, Street & Shepton Mallet to London with a single service. Coaches depart London at 17.45 and Glastonbury at 08.30 (Sundays & Bank holidays have different timetable).
Timetables & Fares on the Berry's Coaches website . Select Superfast 3 from the tabs.

There are also frequent coaches from London & Heathrow to Bristol, where you can connect with the 376 local bus to Glastonbury.
Timetables & Fares on the National Express website and at megabus.com






By TrainBy Train






Trains run from London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads, Taunton and Castle Cary.
There are local buses from Bristol Temple Meads to Glastonbury (376) and Taunton to Glastonbury (29). Note that there is no bus service to or from Taunton on Sundays and that services to and from Bristol stop in the early evening on Sundays.
From Castle Cary you will need a taxi. It is a 16 mile journey with a taxi fare of approx £30 depending on the time of day. It is advisable to book a taxi in advance - see below for numbers. Also note that taxis charge time and a half on Sundays which increases the fare to £45. There are occasional buses to Shepton Mallet from where you can take another bus to Street to connect with the Glastonbury bus but this is not recommended if you have not researched the times.
Timetables and Fares at:
The Trainline
RailEasy
MyTrainTicket




By TaxiBy Taxi






Essential from Castle Cary Railway station and if there are more than two of you can sometimes be cheaper than using the local buses. Also as the buses stop running early taxis are a useful method of transport for short local journeys.

Zest Taxis
07980 622022
zesttaxi@gmail.com
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Abbey Taxis
01458 840358
0845 226 7358
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A-Cs Private Hire
Taxi & Mini-Bus
07788 554947
b.atwell-clark@hotmail.com

AJ TAXIS
1-8 seats - wheelchair accessible - enhanced CRB - long or short journeys
07877 886797
ajwhitty79@yahoo.co.uk

Chinnock Taxis
01749 831529
07703 068878
chinnytone@aol.com
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CJW Taxis
01458 833106
07814 544227
bookings@cjwtaxis.co.uk
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DNA Taxis
0770 963 3561
info@dnataxis.co.uk
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Glastonbury Taxis
07768 741 950
jim@glastonburytaxis.co.uk
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GNS Taxis
Airport - Glastonbury transfers
01934744744
sales@gnstaxis.co.uk
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Joys Taxis
07977 441440

Justaxis
01458 860020
justin@justaxis.biz
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Mums Taxis
07711 572038
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P&R Minibuses
07828 984699
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Shangri-la Taxis
07816 634934
shangr-la_taxis@hotmail.co.uk

Streetax
01458 443322

Cary Cabs
01963 351168

Number 7
01963 351015






By Bike By Bike






There are a few places that do bike hire:

On Your Bike
128a High Street, Street
01458 443048





Alternative Routes
Country lanes and back-roads.
If you have been here before, side-routes can be worth following. First, four routes close to Glastonbury and, second, two interesting long-distance routes from London and the Midlands.
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