Glastonbury Town Tourist Map

I hope you find this Tourist Map informative and useful on your trip to Glastonbury Town. For a version of the map you can zoom in on click here. To see what Glastonbury was like in Medieval Times please take a look at this map.

I must credit Phil Lucas whose idea I’ve pinched for this map, see his map ‘Know Where to Sit on Brighton Beach’.

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17 thoughts on “Glastonbury Town Tourist Map

  1. I miss this bonkers place so much. Your blog brings me back, every time.

    I miss so many people, sadly, some we’ll never see again in this life.

    I only met you in person a handful of times so you might not remember me.

    (Short, Scottish, looks a bit goth, often drank in the Rifes, ran the arts & crafts market on a Tuesday in the assembly rooms).

    No matter, keep up the good work. ~ Ebony X

  2. Absolutely superb. All that’s missing are the 15 men who genuinely believe that they are the current Merlin (and that the others are frauds), and the 13 women who genuinely believe that they are Morgana reborn (and that the others are frauds).

  3. I live in Glastonbury and am delighted by this map. However, you have missed out: smug people dressed entirely in white, shoeless people who skip everywhere and pirates.

  4. just read the nudity blog, its very funny vicky. i remember the costumes xx my sister is sat here with me , she had a good laugh x

  5. This is just brilliant. The only things missing are the 15 Merlins (who each believe that the other 14 are fakes) and the 13 Morganas (who each believe that the other 12 are fakes).

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