The Tower's Colourful Past
Built on an ancient beacon site, Broadway Tower has a colourful
history as - amongst others - home to the renowned printing press of Sir Thomas
Phillips, country retreat for Pre-Raphaelite artists, notably the artist,
designer, writer, craftsman, and socialist William Morris, location for the
studies of the distinguished archeologist Sir Arthur Evans, and farmhouse.
Today the Tower houses exhibitions connected with its past and the
surrounding area. There is a fully illustrated guidebook to Broadway Tower
Country Park available (containg a view - indicator for use from the top of the
| William Morris
Fourteen Counties In One Day
Broadway Tower is one of England's outstanding viewpoints. It is possible
to survey an area which includes as many as thirteen counties. The views
encompass the Vales of Evesham and Gloucester. On a clear day you may also see
across the Severn Valley as far as the Welsh mountains and beyond.
A Family Day Out
Why not combine the experience of English Heritage and spectacular
panoramas with the wealth of other attractions for all the family and take a
relaxing day out. Broadway Tower Country Park caters for the interests of any
age group, from the red deer enclosure with 'Bambies from mid June to the
magnificent architecture of the Tower and beautiful nature walks .
News and Events
| * Magnificent architecture
of the Tower
|| * Displays on Tower
| * William Morris Room
|| * 'Room with a view'
| * Red deer enclosure
- (Bambies mid June)
| * Country walking
| * Morris & Brown at the Tower - Restaurant
|| * Picnic sites
| * Wildlife & wildflowers in
|| * Illustrated guide book
- (view - indicator)
Deer Encounter: A unique opportunity to meet the Broadway Tower herd of Red Deer and their newly born offspring under the expert guidance of our Head of Deer Park, Lewis Potter.
Nuclear Bunker Days:
Date: 13th September 2012 at 3pm - Admission free of charge.
The Royal Observer Post and Nuclear Bunker will be open to the public with retired members of the Observer Corps on site to give an insight into their history and uses.
Ticket 1: Tower Entrance including Observer Post Museum followed by entry to the Bunker compound and guided descent into the bunker - £6.50
Ticket 2: Entry to Compound and Bunker - £3.50
19th May 2012, 17th June 2012, 21st July 2012, 19th August 2012 and 8th September 2012.
|How To Get There
Broadway Tower is situated of the A44 Evesham - Moreton-in-Marsh, one mile
south-east of the village of Broadway.
10.30am - 5.00 daily (All year round now but may vary during inclement weather conditions).
Out of hours opening is available by prior arrangement. Opening Times may vary.
Schools and Educational visits are welcome.
Adult £4.50, Child (4-14) £2.50, Concession £4.00, Family (2+2) £12
There is also an annual ticket available for £5.50
Group rates are available for parties in excess of 12 visitors offering a 50p reduction per head. In order to qualify group admission must be paid in one transaction.
Broadway Tower Country Park
Worcestershire WR12 7LB
Telephone: +44 (0) 1386 852390