Ashmolean Museum Broadway

The objects on display are on loan from the Ashmolean Museum Oxford. They include paintings and furniture from the founding collections of the Ashmolean, given by Elias Ashmole to the University of Oxford in 1683. The displays are of fine and decorative art from the 17th to the 21st centuries over three floors, including local objects such as Sheldon tapestries, Worcester porcelain, Armorial Ceramics of Broadway families, William Morris tiles and Winchcombe Pottery. There are paintings by Gainsborough, Reynolds, Millais and Landseer. The top floor includes a dedicated gallery for temporary exhibitions, providing local artists and community groups with the opportunity for displays, as well as education and outreach programmes.

Stratford upon Avon the birthplace of William Shakespeare which now boasts the recently refurbished R.S.C. Theatre.

Cheltenham Racecourse is set in a natural amphitheatre below the Cotswold escarpment which hosts the famous racing Festival in March.

Batsford is a 55-acre arboretum and botanical garden about 1 1/2 miles north of Moreton in Marsh

Blenheim Palace is home to the 11th Duke & Duchess of Marlborough and is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill



Broadway Tower is a unique Capability Brown folly set on the second highest point in the Cotswolds with views of 16 counties.



G.W.R. runs steam and diesel trains along a part of the former Great Western railways main line from Birmingham to Cheltenham


Broadway Golf Club is a 18 hole course of 6228 yards par 72 which provides a good test of golf for all abilities, with outstanding views of the Vale of Evesham.


Kiftsgate gardens are spectacularly set on the edge of the Cotswolds escarpment.


Cotswold Lavender overlooks Broadway village.You may walk the fields, see the the harvest at the end of July or visit the gift and tea shop for light snacks.


Warwick is a medieval castle built by William the Conqueror in 1068


Snowshill is a Cotswold manor set in hillside gardens; a fanciful world filled with the most unlikely treasures.


Hidcote is a place to relax and unwind in one of the country's great gardens nestled in the Cotswolds.