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Bath&Beyond: (Full Day) Driver-Guided Experience - Glastonbury, Wells & Cheddar
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Bath&Beyond: (Full Day) Driver-Guided Experience - Glastonbury, Wells & Cheddar

The UNESCO-listed city of Bath makes a convenient base from which to explore southwest England. On this tour, travel in the comfort of a private vehicle with space for up to four people and benefit from the undivided attention of your Blue Badge certified guide. Visit the medieval city of Wells, with its magnificent cathedral; explore Glastonbury, known for its legendary festival and medieval Abbey; and stop at the famous Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company.
US$870.58 per adult
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paulanddonna weavers wrote a review 6 May
Lincoln, United Kingdom81 contributions21 helpful votes
We took a trip out to Glastonbury yesterday. Weather was windy but dry. We got direction from information office in the town. Nice walk up. Good for getting the legs working. Once at the top although breezy the views were amazing 360 degrees. Well recommend a visit.
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Date of experience: May 2021
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Mick wrote a review Mar 2021
United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
Incredible view. Not an easy climb for anyone with disabilities or health issues but definitely with it if you can manage it
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Albia-Newton wrote a review Dec 2020
Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom3589 contributions1127 helpful votes
A short climb to the top with great views on a fine day A centre for those that believe in the power of lay lines and for those that are New Age Worshipers Was interested to visit on the Solstice
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Date of experience: December 2020
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John wrote a review Nov 2020
Leavenworth, Kansas1297 contributions219 helpful votes
Glastonbury Tor is the highest hill (158 meters) for kilometers around Glastonbury. Tor comes from the old English word torr, meaning “a bare rock mass surmounted and surrounded by blocks and boulders,” although one might think it means tower because the stone tower of the Church of St Michael sits on top of the Tor. Archeological remains from the tor date back over 1000 years. An original wooden church was destroyed by an earthquake in 1275 and the stone church of St Michael was built on the site in the 14th century. All that remains today is the tower, which has been restored and partially rebuilt several times. The Tor is prominent in Celtic and Arthurian mythology and some claim that it is the place where Arthur’s mystical Avalon was located. When low clouds surround the tor, it appears as an island above the clouds and it is easy to imagine it as the Isle of Avalon. From the top there are great views of the countryside of Somerset and it is easily visible from all directions in the area. The site is owned and managed by the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty (The National Trust). Visited late Fall 2019.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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JackThePirate wrote a review Nov 2020
Looe, United Kingdom21 contributions1 helpful vote
The view from the top is just incredible, a great panoramic view of the mendips and the quantocks. A bit of a steep climb but well worth it as it is a breath taking and memorable experience. No parking and it is a little trek from town( just over a mile if memory serves) but worth the effort.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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