Free Glastonbury

The Top Free Things To Do In and Around Glastonbury, Somerset, UK

One of the things I really appreciate about Glastonbury Town is that you don’t have to spend a fortune to enjoy yourself here, it’s perfectly possible to enjoy a cheap day out. There is often a free event going on in the High Street and many of the best experiences can be enjoyed on a budget. There’s plenty to do and see on the outskirts too, especially if you are up for a walk or a cycle.

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3 thoughts on “Free Glastonbury”

  1. The levels have their own glorious magic, for sure, but if you get a yen for a proper wood on a hill whilst in the area then do check out Combe Wood, taking the Butleigh Road to the south of Glastonbury or approaching it via Street; it’s remarkably close. At one end sits the old Hood Monument, offering a stunning perspective on the Tor, and towards the other end the trees roll on until suddenly they open out and you’re looking down on Hobbiton and the Shire (and I do mean Tolkien’s version rather than Peter Jackson’s Teletubbieland! ) Compton Dundon nestles delightfully below and Somerset rolls away into the blue distance, offering a completely different landscape to the marshlands. Footpaths through the wood are generally easy and there’s also a free car park, and if you go at a quiet time you could pretty much have the place to yourself.

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