The mediaeval city of Wells is the smallest city in England. It is a 10 minute drive from Glastonbury and home to a majestic Cathedral built in 1180. Often called the most beautiful of all the great English cathedrals, it has one of the largest collections of historic stained glass in the country.
Wells Cathedral clock was created in 1390 and is famous for its jousting knights. It is considered to be the second oldest clock mechanism in Britain, and probably in the world, to survive in its original condition and still be in use.
Places to visit in and around Glastonbury