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There is a number of convenient places to park in Glastonbury to get easy access to the shop.
There is a row of 1 hour free parking on the high street opposite the shop, as well as paid parking round the back of the store in Butt Close which currently costs £1.40 for an hour or £1.90 for 2 hours. There is easy access from the car park down an alley way that brings you out at the top of the high street.
You can also park at the Abbey in St Dunstan’s Car Park if you want to check out all the whacky and wonderful businesses up the high street.
Below we list the buses that stop in Glastonbury but if travelling from Bath (or elsewhere not listed) Wells Bus Station will be your place to head for.
376 Bus Timetables
Bristol – Wells – Glastonbury – Street
29 Bus Timetables
Taunton – Creech St. Michael – Street – Glastonbury – Wells
75 Bus Timetables
Bridgwater – Woolavington – Street – Glastonbury – Wells
77 Bus Timetables
Yeovil – Somerton – Street – Glastonbury – Wells
667 Bus Timetables
Wincanton – Bruton – Castle Cary – Street
If timed right you can get to and from Castle Cary train station but there are only 4 buses each way per day.
You cannot book local buses in advance – you pay the driver on boarding the bus. Some (but not all) now accept contactless payment. All accept cash but advise not to offer £20 or £50 notes as these may be refused.