Visit the Glastonbury Goddess Temple

Goddess Temple Exterior

The Glastonbury Goddess Temple is open to the public daily, 365 days of the year, from 12-4 pm.

The Temple as a place for prayer, meditation, celebration and worship of Goddess. It is a place where in the 21st century Goddess-loving people from all over Britain and the world can find and meet each other, have conversations, make connections, celebrate together and share their love for Goddess.

If you are visiting the Temple in a group of more than 7 people, please contact the Temple Melissa Mother, Anna-Saqqara Price, in advance, to book some private time in the Temple.

Finding Us

BY ROAD: Glastonbury is on A39 and A361 in Somerset. From London, take the M3 on to the A303. Stay on A303 past Wincanton and Sparkford to Podimore roundabout. Take A372 Langport Road to B3151 intersection. Turn right onto B3151 sign posted to Somerton and Street. Follow signs to Glastonbury from Somerton (journey takes 2 – 3 hours depending on traffic).

BY BUS: From Bristol, Bath, Taunton, Bridgwater and Wells local First buses come to Glastonbury.

High Speed Coaches arrive daily from London (operators: Bakers Dolphin, National Express). Enquiries:

First 0871 200 2233

National Express 08717 818178

BY TRAIN: The nearest stations to Glastonbury are Castle Cary (30 mins drive), Taunton, Bristol (55 mins drive) and Bath. Connections to Glastonbury by Buses from all stations are available. Enquiries:

National Rail (Trains to Bristol) 08457 48 49 50

You can also check train times and book with Trainline.

First ( Buses from Bristol) 0871 200 2233

BY AIR: The nearest local airports are Bristol and Exeter. Buses to Glastonbury available from both city centres.

From London Heathrow and Gatwick, trains/buses to Reading connect with trains to Bristol, Bath, Castle Cary.

National Express coaches available from both airports to Bristol connecting to Glastonbury. Enquiries:

National Express 08717 818178

Regional map of the area

Street map of the area