Glastonbury Tor is a hill at Glastonbury in the English county of Somerset, topped by the roofless St Michael's Tower which is a Grade I listed building. The whole site is managed by the National Trust and has been designated as a Scheduled monument. Artifacts from human visitation have been found dating from the Iron Age to Roman eras. The Tor is mentioned in Celtic mythology, particularly in myths linked to King Arthur.
The King Arthur stone Slaughterbridge, Cornwall. First recorded by Carew in 1602 it had lain on the river bank for a 1000 years before. It is a 6th century memorial stone which coincides with the legendary last battle between Arthur & his nephew Mordred, referred to as the battle of Camlann. Inscribed in Latin & rare Ogam , an ancient Celtic script. The Ogham dates the Stone to around the 6th century and indicates the presence of Southern Irish people in North Cornwall at this time.
Somerset: Glastonbury Tor, topped with the 15th century St Michael's Tower. Mythical final resting place of King Arthur, home of Gwyn ap Nudd, King of the Fairies ... has had significance since neolithic times and *is* a magical place to visit.