Cheddar Caves & Glastonbury

Cheddar Caves: Visit Britain’s biggest gorge, take in the dramatic cliffs rising up 450ft and explore the stunning stalactite caverns below. This world famous beauty spot is not only a National Nature Reserve but also a premier site of British prehistory and home to X­treme Cheddar Gorge’s caving and rock climbing activity centre. There are seven great attractions to explore, including the spectacular Gough’s Cave, Cox’s Cave and the Crystal Quest, Museum of Prehistory, the 274 steps to the Lookout Tower and experience the magnificent views on the Cliff­top Gorge Walk. Chalice Well is a holy well situated at the foot of Glastonbury Tor in the county of Somerset, England. The natural spring and surrounding gardens The soft green hill of the Tor, crowned with its enigmatic tower, has become a symbol of Glastonbury. It dominates the town and the surrounding landscape, and is the first sign to the traveller that Glastonbury is drawing near. Centuries of legends and folklore have gathered around this Tor. In their various ways, these tales all demonstrate one thing – that the Tor is a place where the veil between the worlds is thin. Strange experiences here are usually interpreted according to the beliefs of the times.

Important information: 08:45am meeting near Novotel West Hammersmith Hotel, 1 Shortlands, London, W6 8DR (near Hammersmith Station), finishing at the same place about 9pm. Travel times may vary depending on traffic & weather conditions. All entry fees are not included. Group discount is possible and can be arranged via group leader. Please note consumption of alcohol on the bus is not permitted.

Itinerary: 08:45 meet at Novotel West Hammersmith; 09:00 departure from Shortlands St(Novotel West); 12:00-15:15 Cheddar caves (£19.95 full price/£15 group discounted); 16:00 Chalice Well(£4.20/£4.00); 17:00 Tor tour (Glastonbury); 18:00 On the way back; 21:00 London.

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