For full info of how to reach the Festival by your chosen mode of transport, click the options on the left.
View Glastonbury Festival map in a larger map
Click on the Glastonbury logo on the map above to get directions to the Festival site
Nearly a third of all ticket holders now come to the site on coaches, trains and other forms of public transport. We'd encourage you to join them, and reduce your carbon footprint. Since 2004, Glastonbury Festival has worked hard to improve its record in encouraging people out of cars and onto public transport, reducing the number of public cars on site from 60,000 in 2000 to 36,000 in 2007.
We are always trying to encourage more people to come to the festival by bike. In 2011 we provided cyclists with a camping field and those coming from within 20 miles had their luggage transported from their nearest town to the Festival by Tor2000. For more info, see our cycling page.
Anyone travelling to the Festival by public transport will also become a Glastonbury Festival Green Traveller - giving you discounts on meals and merchandise, and exclusive access to solar showers and compost toilets.
If you are driving to the Festival, you'll need a car parking pass. If you have a pass, put the sticker on the windscreen well before you reach the Festival site. And if you have some spare seats, why not find some travel companions via Lift Share or goCarShare.
For the latest travel information, check out the Festival website to use the police hotlink for the latest news. Once within range (about 25 miles) tune into Worthy FM on 87.7 FM – it’s good for traffic news both when you arrive and when you leave (and listen in to the morning show each day to find out what is happening on site).