Tower in Broadway

Broadway Tower

Built in 1798 to resemble some imaginary Saxon fort, this turreted Gothic folly looks down on Broadway from atop the escarpment, 1 mile southeast. William Morris spent a summer here, so exhibitions on its successive…
Museum in Broadway

Broadway Museum & Art Gallery

Set in a magnificent 17th-century coaching inn, Broadway’s town museum has close links with Oxford’s prestigious Ashmolean Museum. Its fascinating displays of local crafts, art and antiques, and its stimulating temp…
House in Broadway

Snowshill Manor & Garden

Once home to eccentric poet and architect Charles Paget Wade (1883–1956), this wonderful medieval mansion stands just over 2 miles south of Broadway. It now displays Wade’s extraordinary collection of crafts and des…
Historic Site in Broadway

Cold War Experience

A long-buried secret lies a minute’s walk north of Broadway Tower, in the cramped cellar-like form of a bunker where, until 1991, members of the Royal Observer Corps watched out for nuclear attacks. On summer weeken…
Church in Broadway

St Eadburgha’s Church

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