Glastonbury Abbey (Glastonbury Abbey) in the heart of Glastonbury is the place where the legendary King Arthur and Queen Guinevere were buried. The stone tower (Glastonbury Tor) on the top of the hill, a half-hour walk from the monastery, is said to be the gateway to the mysterious kingdom of Avalon. There is a paid parking lot on the side of the monastery, which is quite adequate. There is a small bus called Tor Bus in the parking lot, which runs every half an hour and can reach the foot of Glastonbury Tor. It is recommended to take a bus to Tor, because there is no parking lot within half an hour’s walk around Tor. Those who have very strong feet and love to hike will make another discussion. You can see the tall Tor in the courtyard of the monastery, so don't worry about getting lost.
The windfall of the company group tour. In early July, the company organized a tour to Glastonbury Abbey. At the beginning, I felt a bit inexplicable. Why did I choose to go to the monastery for sightseeing? In fact, it is said that the road was built by the followers of Jesus after Jesus died. Of course, the opinions are different. Some say they are lawyers and some believers. When they arrive at the scenic spot, they feel very old. I heard that they experienced a fire in 1184 and then they were rebuilt. Some of them are still in their original condition. It is also said that it is the cemetery of King Arthur and Queen. Tickets are 6.9 pounds per person, and 6 pounds each for the elderly and children. The team used to have discounts. Generally speaking, the scenic area is not big, and is mainly for memorial. Dining and Accommodation Guide Glastonbury's consumption level is slightly higher. After all, it belongs to England. In order to experience the life of the locals, we went to the town to have a meal. Although there are no restaurants near the scenic spot, it is convenient to take a bus. We ate a delicious western food and it felt very authentic. The accommodation was in a hotel in the town, which cost about 70 euros a night. After staying, we took the time to buy a lot of things in the small shopping mall in the town. Although it is tiring to walk around in a day, it can be regarded as full of harvest. After a day of playing in Glastonbury Abbey, it feels good. There is a feeling of value for money. There are not many tourists. To play here, you need to know the history and appreciate it. It is a place with a lot of stories and is worth recommending , Friends who are interested in the history of the cave can come and play
Different monasteries This is the first time I have come to a monastery. At first, it helped curiosity and brought sacredness when I walked. The sacred abbey Glastonebury abbey was originally a Gothic building built by antique-loving bankers in the early 19th century. After so many years, many buildings are now broken... I like museums very much, just in the ruins. Go, I always feel incredible, the museum facade also has King Arthur’s tomb, but I don’t know if it really exists...We don’t know anything, we dare not ask anything, but it’s spacious and suitable for walking as we please. . But the free tour guide is also conducted at a fixed time, but we didn't encounter any need. The best part is that if you pay for the ticket here once, you can enter the venue many times on the same day. Great volunteers. There are many volunteers here. I met an uncle in his forties who was helping to build a house in the monastery. He is a worker. He didn't expect that he would come every Friday, as long as he can come with a skill and he wants to, he can repair the house, so he came. It can also help everyone raise funds to purchase specific items. Some bigwigs will also help fund the conservation and development of the monastery. Address: Glastonbury, Mendip Opening Hours: 9:00 – 18:00 local time