Attractions

House in Broadway

Snowshill Manor & Garden

About 3 miles south of Broadway lies this wonderful Cotswold mansion, once home to marvellously eccentric poet and architect Charles Paget Wade (1883–1956). The house contains Wade’s extraordinary collection of craf…
Tower in Broadway

Broadway Tower

This crenulated 18th-century Gothic folly, where William Morris once summered, stands on the crest of the escarpment, offering all-encompassing views from the top. Inside, you’ll find exhibitions on the Arts and Cra…
Museum in Broadway

Ashmolean Museum Broadway

Partnered with Oxford’s famous Ashmolean Museum, this grand converted 17th-century coaching inn has fascinating displays of local crafts, antiques and historical detail spanning from the 17th-century to the present …
Church in Broadway

St Eadburgha’s Church

Take the time to wander down to lovely 12th-century St Eadburgha’s Church, a signposted 1-mile walk south of Broadway.