One day only: Saturday 18th November 2017
Glastonbury is a small, medieval town in the heart of Somerset, approximately 2 hours drive north west of Bournemouth, famously known for its Music Festival in June.
Once a year, in November, the streets of this legendary town light up with a truly spectacular procession of illuminated carnival floats, amazing costumes and wild dancing!
We aim to arrive in Glastonbury at approximately 3pm, allowing 3-4 hours to explore this fascinating location with its scenic Abbey Ruins and alternative range of shops and eateries.
The procession begins at 7pm and takes approximately 3 hours. Glastonbury Carnival has a unique and exciting atmosphere which you will never forget!
The journey from Bournemouth to Glastonbury takes approximately 2 hours
The coach will be parked away from the town centre and will not be accessible during the evening
There is no charge to watch the Carnival procession but please feel free to donate any loose change to charity. There will be people shaking buckets on the evening!
You will need to bring your own food with you or buy it in Glastonbury town
The small town will be very crowded.
Please bring wet weather gear just in case it rains!
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes which you will be comfortable standing up in.
Feel free to bring a folding chair that you are happy to carry around with you.
1:00pm Bournemouth Station – Coach Stand K
Approximately 12:00am midnight at:
- Bournemouth Station
- Central Bournemouth