How to Find Us

The Museum is within walking distance of the town centre on Chilkwell Street, Glastonbury, BA6 8DB

Parking for up to 40 cars is available on site.

The Museum is located 10 minutes walk from the centre of Glastonbury and Glastonbury Abbey, 5 minutes walk from Chalice Well and 10 minutes walk from the base of Glastonbury Tor.

Opening Times

Easter to the end of October

Tuesday – Sunday 10.00 am – 5.00 pm and Bank Holiday Mondays.

November to Easter

Tuesday – Saturday 10.00 am – 5.00 pm and Bank Holiday Mondays.

Last entry 4.30 pm.

The Grain Store Café

The café is open year-round and has the same opening times as the museum (last orders at 4.30pm). It serves delicious locally-sourced food and drink. You are welcome to drop in for coffee or lunch even if you aren’t visiting the Museum.

Download the menu 

A small shop offers a wide selection of gifts and souvenirs. You are welcome to drop in even if you aren’t visiting the Museum.

Admission

Admission Charges
Including Gift Aid Standard Admission
Adult £6.00 £5.45
Concessions (over 60s, students aged 18 to 25, those receiving benefits *) £4.95 £4.50
Child under 5 Free Free
Child under 18 £2.75 £2.50
Family (2 adults and up to four children aged 5 – 17) £16.50 £15.00
Family (1 adult and up to four children aged 5 – 17) £10.45 £9.50
Season Tickets
Adult Single Season Ticket £22.00
Adult Joint Season Ticket £35.00
Adult Concession Season Ticket £18.00
Adult Joint Concession Season Ticket £30.00
Family  (2 adults and up to four children aged 5 – 18) £40.00
Family  (1 adult and up to four children aged 5 – 18) £27.00
Groups **
Adult Group rate (12 or more) Pre-booked £4.91
Concession Group rate (12 or more) Pre-booked £4.05
Child Group rate (12 or more) Pre-booked £2.25

*Income support, Employment and Support Allowance (ESA), Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA), Universal Credit

** Group prices include a guided tour of the museum.

Access

Most of the Museum buildings are fully accessible. There are accessible toilets, automatic doors and a lift.

There is a car park on site with three dedicated disabled parking bays. The entrance to the Museum is wheelchair accessible and is approximately 30 metres from the car park.

A lift provides access to all the Museum galleries, the farmyard, the Abbey Barn, the café and the Community Learning Space.

There is level access on each floor of the buildings with space to manoeuvre between displays. Some doors open automatically. There are accessible toilets on the ground floor and adjacent to the Community Learning Space.

Unfortunately we do not allow dogs into the Museum galleries, the orchard or the Abbey Barn, except for assistance dogs. Dogs are welcome in our outside courtyard space, where there is seating available. Admission charges do not apply to visitors who only want to use the café. Museum staff will be available to direct you.

Please contact us if you require assistance in accessing the Museum.