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Sacred Sites
Chalice Well GardensBeautiful and peaceful gardens with the famous chalybeate spring
Glastonbury Goddess TemplePeople are drawn to Glastonbury, to Avalon, from all over the world. Many know not what it is they seek, but they return time after time. A large number find here, in the landscape itself, the form of the Goddess and the transformation She offers. We needed a focal point for this worship. The people who come here need a permanently available sacred space in which to study, learn, be creative and above all honour the Goddess of their hearts.
Glastonbury Abbey
The White SpringWater Temple in honour of chalk spring across the road from Chalice Well
The Ancient Landscape around GlastonburyEnergy centres, ancient remains ley alignments, coasts and islands Palden Jenkins
St Margaret's Chapel and the Magdalene Almshouses St Margaret's Chapel is a rather special, atmospheric little chapel on Magdalene Street in Glastonbury. Once part of a former medieval complex outside the Abbey, it served initially as a hospital and later as almshouses for the poor.