Glastonbury

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Launch Site Address

Tor Rugby Club, Lowerside Lane
Glastonbury
Somerset
BA6 9BH

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Glastonbury Hot Air Balloon Ride

Fun & Interesting Facts

The first ever Glastonbury music festival was held in September 1970 and was headlined by T-Rex.

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Take life higher with a stunning Somerset hot air balloon ride and experience breathtaking views of this glorious county.

Hop on board our iconic big red Virgin balloon for the airborne adventure of a lifetime.

Watch the world pass by beneath your feet as you go up, up and away on a truly majestic flying experience.

Keep an eye out for the famous Glastonbury Tor, topped with the Grade I listed St Michael’s Tower, of the Ham Wall and Greylakes nature reserves.

A unique Glastonbury activity, a Somerset hot air balloon experience from this beautiful area is certainly one for the bucket list.

Directions

Tor Rugby Club is located on the North West side of Glastonbury, just off the A39.

Directions from the North:
Travelling on the A39 you will come to Tin Bridge Roundabout on the north side of Glastonbury. Take the 2nd exit signposted All Routes A39 and after approximately half a mile, turn right into Lowerside Lane. The rugby club entrance is approximately 100 metres along the lane on the right.

Directions from the South or East:
Travelling on the A39/A361 on the south edge of Glastonbury, you will come to Wirrel Park Roundabout. Take the A39 north towards Wells and Bath, which is also signposted ‘Tor Rugby’ with Brown Tourist signs. Go straight on at the next two roundabouts and after approximately a third of a mile, turn left into Lowerside Lane. The rugby club entrance is approximately 100 metres along the lane on the right.

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Please call 01725 530190 to confirm the status of your flight.

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Steve Vining

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