Meeting in central Glastonbury in the morning, the tour will visit all the main historical and sacred sites. Starting in the morning (10 a.m.) at Glastonbury Abbey, continuing on to St. Margaret's Chapel and Almshouses, Chalice Well, the White Spring and Glastonbury Tor. At each site Paul will explore the history of the place, including the esoteric aspects, drawing on his extensive researches and experiences. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.
The morning tour consists of: Glastonbury Abbey and St. Margaret's Chapel. There will be a break for lunch in town. There are plenty of cafes and places to buy takeaway food in Glastonbury.
In the afternoon, we will visit the two springs and the Tor.
Update Spring 2020: St. John the Baptist Church is now open again after extensive renovations. Opening hours are limited at the present time and may not be available on tours until April.
Please bring appropriate footwear and clothing, some of the sites may be muddy, and there is often a chance of rain.
Disability and access: The Abbey is fully accessible apart from the undercroft (which is visible from a viewing platform), as is St. Margaret's Chapel. The Chalice Well is mostly fully accessible as is the White Spring.
The Tor is a steep walk on a stepped and surfaced path.
Disabled toilet facilities are available at: Glastonbury Abbey and The Chalice Well.