Festival-goers started leaving the site in the early hours of Monday morning.
Around 145,000 people now have to pack up their belongings and leave the site, so it can be cleared and returned to the cows at Worthy Farm.
Festival goers were encouraged to use public transport to get to Glastonbury Festival.
Although signs were left out for people to take their tents, some left behind some extras, like this inflatable sofa.
It's unclear whether these two fancied a night under the stars or had already packed away their tents.
Many of the food stalls were closed and had started packing up by 6am.
Litter pickers started their shift at 6am to start clearing the Pyramid arena.
Some of the hard working litter pickers who worked over five days - this is Miranda and Ulrika.
In the Pyramid arena, several fires had been made, using unwanted objects.
The barriers coming down from in front of the Pyramid stage.
Not everywhere was shut for breakfast - this is the Park at around 7am, Monday morning.
Taking a last trip up the viewing tower in The Park - a lot of work needs to be done before the farm goes back to normal.
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