We thought you might like to see a few maps, which could come in handy as you plan your trip to this year’s Festival (16 days til gates open!).
First up, we’ve got our Fine Guide map to the Festival site itself. Click the button below to check it out (if it comes up quite small in your browser, click again and it should zoom in).
Next is our Google Map of the site, which helps give you an idea of where the site is. Click on the Glastonbury logo to get directions to the Festival site (although once you get near to the site, follow the signs – as there are some road closures around the Fetival weekend).
View Glastonbury Festival 2009 in a larger map
Last, but certainly not least, is an amazing Google Earth map which has been put together by some fans of the Festival. It’s not an official map, but it is definitely worth a look if you want to explore the different areas of the Festival site in some detail – as the screengrab below shows, they’ve even got individual food stalls on there! Head over to glastoearth.com to check it out (you will need to install Google Earth on your computer if you don’t already have it).