Glastonbury has lots places of interest to see. Old
houses, churches and Abbey Ruins.
Irregular mounds seen from outside Glastonbury are the
site of a prehistoric lake village discovered in 1892.
A mystical location in modern times
The Museum of Pagan Heritage 11-12 St. John's Square,
The Museum is openly daily from 21 March 2002 to 31
October 2002 between 10:30 and 5. The admission charges are
£2.95 per adult with concessions for families, seniors
citizens, unwaged and students.Tel: 01458 831666.
Coarse and trout
fishing on the river Tone at Taunton, Wellington and
Wiveliscombe ( on the A361 about 9 miles west of Taunton). Other
good waters include the Taunton-Bridgewater Canal, the
West Sedgemoor Drain and Clatworthy Reservoir.