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How do you get to Broadway? Well, practice, if you're an all-round entertainer. If you're a driver, on the other hand, the main approach road to Broadway is the A44, which connects Oxford to Worcester, and passes through Moreton-in-Marsh (10 miles southeast) and Chipping Norton (18 miles southeast).


Marchants and Johnsons ExcelBus services head to the following destinations:

Cheltenham (route 606/606S; £3.20, 40 minutes)

Chipping Campden (route 1/2/606S; £2.90, 20 minutes)

Moreton-in-Marsh (route 1/2; £3.90, 30 minutes)

Stratford-upon-Avon (route 1/2/24/606S; £4.40, 45 minutes)

Winchcombe (route 606/606S; £3, 30 minutes)


Rail service returned to Broadway in 2018 after a 58-year hiatus, with the reopening of the long-defunct Broadway Station, just under a mile northwest of town. Most days in summer, following an intricate schedule, the volunteer-run Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway runs around five excursion trains between Cheltenham racecourse and Broadway, via Winchcombe, for a return fare of £18.