Virtual Festivals Desktop Alerts Skinker
 


menu 1
festivals
artists
gallery
interact
competitions
Buy your gear online and collect it at the festival!
info
info
log-in
advertising
menu 1
Online Festival Market
QUICK LINKS

Glastonbury

Latitude

Reading

Leeds

V Festival

T in the Park

Isle of Wight

Foundation

Download

Creamfields

HI:FI

Beautiful Days

Bestival

Guilfest

Global Gathering

O2 Wireless

Womad

The Big Chill

Get Loaded

All upcoming events


Official partners:
Glastonbury Festival - Official Website
A Greener Festival
Latitude - Official Website
Download Festival - Official Website
Get Loaded in the park - Official Website
Beautiful Days Festival - Official Website
Wireless Festival - Official Website
HI:FI North & South - Official Website
Global Gathering - Official Website
Creamfields - Official Website
Audience - for the live music industry


How to get there

22 May 2003

Glastonbury takes place at: Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset.

By Train:  

Nearest station to Worthy Farm is Castle Cary. This is on the main line from London to Plymouth served by First Great-Western Trains, and also includes connestions from Reading. Trains go direct from Paddington to Castle Cary, where ticket holders can catch a free suttle bus to the site (only valid for ticket holders) which runs from Wednesday morning till Monday evening.
There are also trains provided by Wessex Trains to other destinations including Bristol.

By Bus:

Badgerline are laying on linked services from Bath and Bristol as well as regular services from Glastonbury and Shepton Mallet direct to Glastonbury site.
Glastonbury site has an excellent bus station on its gounds which makes arriving by bus the easiest as it is the by far the shortest walk to the site.
Buses run from Castle Cary Station to bus station on site from Wednesday morning to Monday evening.

By Coach:

Click here to book your coach travel online right now.

By Car:

From London: M3 then A303 and A37.From the North East: A1 or M1, M25 to M3 (Junction 12), then A303 and A37.
From the Midlands: Preferably M40 and A34 to A303 and A37.
From the North West: M6, M5 to A39 (Junction 23) then A361.
From Wales: M4, M5 to A39 (as above)
From the West Country: A37 or A361

If you do decide to bring your car to Glastonbury Festival please be aware that a special ticket costing 5 is required to park your car.

There are two main entrances for cars, depending where you are coming from, but if you have a choice - approach from the A303 then A37 (Blue Route), where there is more parking space and less queueing. This year there is a new additional route added to the Blue Route, making it less likely to be jammed. If at all possible, avoid the peak time between noon and midnight on Thursday. Worst times to leave by car are Sunday evening and Monday between 9am and 4pm, when long delays can be enjoyed.

By Plane:

There are no connecting services operated by the festival from the Airports.

BRISTOL AIRPORT
The closest international airport to Glastonbury Festival is Bristol International Airport. This airport serves a number of European destinations. There is a regular bus link from Bristol airport called the "Bristol International Flyer" which can take you from the airport to Bristol Temple Meads railway station. Regular buses go from Temple Meads to the festival bus station on our site. Bus details have not yet been confirmed.




 



- Click here to discuss this on the Festival Forums!
Page 1 of 1

Article by: Emily Jenner

More info on
Glastonbury Festival
Glastonbury Festival 2003


 TICKET SEARCH:
 


RELATED NEWS

Glastonbury 'cooler than The Simpsons'

UK Festival Awards 2006: VOTE NOW!

Glastonbury Wants License For Life

Best Headliners Of 2006? YOU decide!

Lily Allen And Dad For Glasto 2007?

Eavis In Talks To Woo The Who

Glastonbury 2007 to be 'Greatest Show on Earth'

Eavis Denies Glasto Headliner Leak

Killers, Springsteen, Kylie for Glasto?

Glam star to wed at Glastonbury 2007


INTERVIEWS

Melvin Benn on Latitude Festival

Julien Temple - 'Glastonbury' film maker

Blackbud - Barfly Interview

Nine Black Alps

Michael Eavis: celebrity magnet at 70!

'Dream Summer' winner: Kirsty Hunt

Glastonbury: Our Dream Summer Winner!

Glastonbury 2005: Turncoat interview

Bloc Party

Make Trade Fair interview: Emily Eavis

Glasto Interviews: Kings Of Leon

Glasto Interviews: Jamie Cullum

Glasto Interviews: Ambush

Blackbud Interview

Glasto Interviews: Kasabian

Michael Eavis on this year's 'ultimate Glastonbury'

GLASTO WARM UP: Ex-Sex Pistol Glen Matlock

Ordinary Boys: Interview - Islington Academy

Haven

Michael Eavis Interview


FEATURES

Want To Play At Glastonbury 2007?

The 'Average Festival Goer' revealed

Where to go with no Glasto...

Festival Bands of 2006

Glasto boarders in the buff for charity

Glasto Winners: Where are they now?

Radio Left Field (Glastonbury FM)

UK Festival Awards - The Reaction

Glasto: Lineup vs Lifestyle

A Journey Through Glasto's Green Fields

Crazy Coincidences @ Glastonbury 2005!

Musical Moments @ Glastonbury 2005

Glastonbury 2005: Food Review

Magical Moments @ Glastonbury 2005

Diary of a Glastonbury Virgin!

What was New at Glastonbury 2005?

Glastonbury 2005: Your Highs and Lows

Be part of the first ever Festival Census!

40 Hot Tips for Glastonbury

Glastonbury Left Field - See you there!

Top 20 essential festival items

The Strongbow Rooms back for 2005!

The A-Z List of 2004

UK Festival Awards 2004: Breakdown

Get Festival Alerts on your Desktop NOW!

Make Trade Fair: Charity Concert - Interviews

The spirit of Joe Strummer rocks Glasto!

Glastonbury 2004: THE TOILETS!

Glastonbury 2004: Your highlights

Glastonbury 2004: THE MUD!

Glastonbury 2004: THE SEX!

Glastonbury 2004: THE CAMPING!

Freaky Festival Facts from Glastonbury 04

The Best & Worst of Glastonbury 2004

Get Organised with the Glasto Planner!

Glastonbury Tickets: The Inquest!

Strummerville Foundation for New Music

Virtual Festivals are Recruiting!

Glastonbury 2003 - The Debrief

Glastonbury 2003: My Magical Moments

The world's rock stars turn Green at Glastonbury!

Glastonbury 2003 - The Best & Worst...

Glastonbury 2003: The Big Lie; Blood For Oil debate, Leftfield

Glastonbury 2003: The Statistics

WaterAid and Glastonbury Festival 2003

Festival Crime - Help stamp it out

New Virtual Festivals Chat Room!

Music festival listings 2003 - get your festival noticed

Large it in Style at the Festivals with Orange

Glastonbury - THE Festival

15 Ways to Glastonbury... without a ticket??!

Glastonbury 2002 - the road divides!


MORE INFORMATION

Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival 2003


© 2006 Virtual-Festivals.com Ltd. All rights reserved. Technology by: Dijit New Media

Upcoming Festivals
News
Reviews
Interviews
A-Z Listings
Festival Survival
Store
Tickets
Travel
Camping Gear
Merchandise
Ringtones
Digital Downloads
A-Z Listings
Gig Reviews
Interviews
Features
Message Boards
Desktop Live Alerts
Register / Update membership details
Info
Press Releases
Market Traders!
Advertising and Sponsorship
About Us
Contact Us
Join Our Team!
Links
Media Policy
Privacy Policy

HOME


|


INFO


|


MESSAGE BOARD


|


GALLERY

Info
Glastonbury Festival Information
Glasto Legends
Glasto History