Glastonbury is situated in the county of Somerset in the southwest of England. It is about 125 miles (220 km) west of London (2½ hours from the M25 London orbital motorway) and 28 miles (40 km) south of Bristol.
Bristol International Airport
BRISTOL, Avon, BS48 3DY
General Enquiries: 0871 334 4444
The A1 bus connects Bristol Airport to Bristol city centre & Temple Meads Railway station. From Bristol there is a local bus service (376) to Glastonbury, changing at Wells (377). Please note that the last bus from Wells to Glastonbury leaves at 19:19. For flights arriving in the evening, (or if you are uncertain about using public transport during the day), please contact us to arrange economical taxi fares.
Exeter International Airport
EXETER, Devon, EX5 2BD
Information Desk: 01392 367 433
A bus connects Exeter Airport to Exeter city centre & Exeter St. David’s Railway station. From Exeter there is a local bus service (92) to Taunton and a service (29) from Taunton to Glastonbury.
Gatwick, West Sussex, RH6 0JH
Enquiry Desk Tel: 01293 535353
There is a rail link from Gatwick to Reading from where there are further rail links to Bristol Temple Meads, Bath and Castle Cary and a National Express coach service to Bristol.
Hounslow, Middlesex, TW6 1JH
Enquiry Desk Tel: 0870 0000123
There is a Airbus link from Heathrow to Reading from where there are rail links to Bristol Temple Meads, Bath and Castle Cary and a National Express coach service to Bristol. The infrequent (daily) direct coach service that links Glastonbury to London also passes through Heathrow.
London City Airport
Royal Dock, London, E16 2PX
Enquiry Desk Tel: 020 7646 0000
The Dockland Light Railway (DLR) connects City Airport to the London Underground system from which you can connect to either the train or coach options shown on this page. Please use the Transport Direct website to plan your journey from London CityAirport to Glastonbury.
Enterprise House, Bassingbourn Road, Essex, United Kingdom CM24 1QW
Enquiry Desk Tel: 0844 335 1803
For Stansted to Glastonbury transport options please use the Transport Direct website
Trains run from London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads and Castle Cary. The local bus (376) runs from Bristol Temple Meads to Glastonbury, but you will need a taxi for the 16 miles (25 km) from Castle Cary and it’s advised to book this in advance (contact us or see Taxis below).
First Great Western
BY COACH & BUS:
A daily coach service (403) is operated by National Express that departs from London at 19:00 and Glastonbury at 06:50.
There are frequent coaches from London & Heathrow to Bristol, where you can connect with the regular 376 bus service, via Wells, to Glastonbury. The 376 extends beyond Glastonbury to Yeovil and other services run to Bath and Taunton.
FirstGroup Bus service
Berry’s Coaches also operate a new superfast coach service between West London and Glastonbury each Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday including Bank Holidays.
Essential from Castle Cary, and it’s advised to book in advance, but otherwise it’s much cheaper by local bus. However, bus services are not 24 hour so taxis can be useful for short local journeys.
M&J Taxis – 01458 831905 / 07768 741950
Abbey Taxis – 0845 226 7358
Chisletts Taxis – 01458 832278 / 0800 214404
CJW Taxis – 01458 833106 / 07814 544227
D.N.A. Taxis – 01458 832725 / 07709 63561
Justaxis – 01458 860020
From the North, via the M5, leave at J23 and follow the A39 for about 12 miles to Glastonbury.
From London, take the M3 west, leave at J8 and follow the A303 past Salisbury. Then you have a choice:
- Either branch onto the A36 at Deptford Junction and follow it past Warminster to the Cley Hill Roundabout where you take the A362 as far as it goes, turn left onto the A361 and follow all the way to Glastonbury.
- Alternatively (or if you miss the junction as is easy to do), continue on the A303 past Wincanton and Sparkford, to the Podimore roundabout. Then take the A372 towards Langport for about a mile and turn right onto the B3151 (signposted to Somerton and Street and eventually Glastonbury).
The second route is only slightly longer but with fewer chances to go wrong, if unfamiliar with the route.