Broadway Tower & Park is a family-owned Cotswold destination set within a 50-acre estate of parkland, allowing visitors to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location. Your ticket includes all you need for a memorable day – Tower Museum with roof platform, the Deer Park or walking the grounds with your picnic.
Distance 3.7 Miles (6 minutes)
Or Walk up the Broadway Tower Trail starting 50 yards further up the road
Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, Stanway is an outstandingly beautiful example of a Jacobean manor house famous for its 300 feet single-jet fountain, the highest in Britain and the highest gravity fountain in the world.
The house, its fascinating furniture, the jewel-like Gatehouse, the church and 14th-century Tithe Barn, the 18th-century water-garden, the specimen trees and avenues, the surrounding villages, farms, parkland and woodland all subtly combine to create an enclave of very English and almost magical harmony.
Distance 6.1 Miles (10 minutes)
Snowshill Manor is a National Trust property located in the village of Snowshill, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. It is a sixteenth century country house, best known for its twentieth century owner, Charles Paget Wade, an eccentric man who amassed an enormous collection of objects that interested him.
Distance 2.6 Miles (7 minutes)
Moreton-in-Marsh is a small market town in the Evenlode Valley, within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Gloucestershire, England. The town stands at the crossroads of the Fosse Way Roman road and the A44. It is served by Moreton-in-Marsh railway station on the Cotswold Line
Distance 9.8 Miles (15 minutes)
Bourton-on-the-Water is a village in the rural Cotswolds area of south central England. Straddling the River Windrush, it’s known for its low bridges and traditional stone houses. The Cotswold Motoring Museum features vintage cars and a toy collection. Birdland is home to species including parrots, owls and king penguins, plus life-size model dinosaurs. The Model Village is a 1930s scale replica of the village.
Distance 12.6 Miles (22 minutes)
Chipping Campden is a small market town in the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire, England. It is notable for its elegant terraced High Street, dating from the 14th century to the 17th century
Distance 4.6 Miles (10 minutes)
On Good Friday, 30 March 2018, the golden age of steam returned to Broadway, 58 years after the last train pulled out of its picturesque old station. Broadway's station was demolished by British Rail in 1963. Since 2009 volunteer workers of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway (GWR) have been painstakingly rebuilding the station and restoring it to its former glory. As at March 2020 the main station building on platform 1, which is in keeping with the original, is fully operational. It includes a booking hall, toilet facilities and a refreshment room.
Distance 1.2 Miles (4 minutes drive, 20 minutes walk)