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The story of Glastonbury is that Joseph of aramathea who gave his tomb to the dead Jesus travelled to Glastonbury with a thorn from the crown of thorns and water from Jordan.
The thorn was planted and there is a thorn bush. Water was put...More
My favourite place in the whole world.
I’ve been longing to visit this magical place for all my life-
The Avalon myths made me hunger to experience Avalon for myself and all I loved every second of my trip and experience.
I gathered holy water...More
Allow a few hours at least to quietly enjoy these beautiful gardens and to soak up the magical atmosphere. If you can spare a day, take a rug and enjoy a picnic on the hill (where you can enjoy a great view of the Tor)...More
The Chalice Well is not only a beauty to visit for a stroll but also a place containing magical and uplifting energy. The peace felt by walking through these gardens is equal to only a few other spots i've visited worldwide
This was an attractive garden, but there is little more to say. It was rather a disappointment after the power and spirituality of the neighbouring White Spring - with its connections to Joseph of Arimathea we were expecting at least an atmosphere, if not energy...More
Glastonbury is a beautiful town, peaceful and mystical. The Chalice well is surrounded by beautiful gardens, it is a place of love and tranquility. If you are visiting Glastonbury, you have to make the pilgrimage to the Chalice Well, many have come here to sit...More
Beautiful oasis of calm . Certainly part of the Glastonbury experience and well worth a visit when you’re in Glastonbury.
There is no parking nearby so enjoy the short walk from the town centre car parks or take the shuttle bus.
Lots of calm nooks...More