Walked to the top from the town, luckily it was a beautiful sunny day. I'm very overweight but did manage to walk up despite a few rest stops. Once at the top of the Tower the view was breathtaking! You could see for miles! It...More
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Three floors of fascinating exhibits collected by eccentrics but beware the winding stairs, at the top you are further rewarded by the views across the countryside, on a clear day you may even see the Welsh mountains I was informed.
Even though it was a cloudy, grey day, the view of the countryside is spectacular. You can see the rolling fields for miles around. There is a wonderful display of William Morris memorabilia, samples of his fabrics and wallpaper. Also, a nice gift shop.
Stunning views from the tower, landscape, sheep and deers around the area. The tower itself is an attractive structure. Paid £2 for car park in a weekday in August which you can redeem from entry fee to tower. Attracted me more than Broadway village ,...More
I have been here a number of times now this time took my sister. Excellent view even without climbing the tower. Cafe very pleasant with reasonably priced food. If you have the opportunity and not claustrophobic the WWII nuclear bunker is interesting.
Thanks so much Ian, the bunker is open Saturdays and Sundays 10-5pm (last tour starts at 4pm) so perhaps a breakfast at Morris & Brown from 9am followed by a Nuclear Bunker tour would be fun for interested visitors. See you back soon.
Saw this on a the frontpage of a booklet about the area and wanted to visit. We - 2 families with 3 kids combined - are very enthusiastic! The small but very pleasant restaurant at the bottom of the tower serves a very nice coffee...More
Hi Babs, thank you for the lovely review. We are glad you had a great day and even managed push chairs on the Cotswold Way. Well done, that is amazing. We hope to see you back soon.
We went to Broadway Tower having walked around the Cotswold Way the previous day looking at this strange landmark in the distance. Parking is free when you go up the Tower, and at £5 is a bargain.The access is easy and the steps are fine...More
Dear Gerald, thank you so much for such a great review. I am so pleased you enjoyed your day at Broadway Tower so much. Our whole team is dedicated to giving you the best experience and we are delighted that we succeeded. Thank again for...More
stopped here on a day out around the Cotswolds, lovely views from both the foot of the tower and from the top, the nuclear bunker was very interesting and well worth the additional £3.50 on your ticket price, the guide was a pleasure to listen...More
Dear Adele, Thank you so much for your visit and your lovely feedback. Like you we are passionate about the Cotswolds, their extraordinary beauty and history. I am glad we were able to share some of the Tower's story with you.
Went there although we'd been warned by our Cotswolds guidebook that the Tower would only be worth visiting for its views but not for all the displays that have been installed. (For what reason exactly?) Well, they were so right. We coughed up the 5...More
Dear Michael, I am so disappointed to hear you did not enjoy your visit. I suppose the amount of time spent at the Tower does depend on the detail you want to take in from the historical displays, so it is entirely possible to only...More
Set on a hill overlooking the Vale of Evesham stands what looks like a mediaeval tower surrounded by beautiful grounds. The tower itself is not so intimidating that it would be fine for families. In fact, when we visited, it seemed like a magnet for...More