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Broadway Village has many attractions including Broadway Tower, The Gordon Russell museum (an annex for the Ashmolium Museum form Oxford is planned for the village in the near future). It is a Mecca for walkers with many footpaths (including the Cotswold Way) passing through and around the village. The Village Hall holds several events throughout the year and there is an annual R.H.S Affiliated Horticultural & Craft Show on the second Saturday in September on the Village Green. It also holds an Arts festival every other year and 2012 will be the next festival. It is also conveniently situated for touring all of the North Cotswold Villages plus is within an hours drive of Oxford(55min) - University and theatre, Cheltenham(25min) - music & literary festivals plus Prestbury Park race course home of the Gold Cup and theatre, Gloucester(35min) - Cathedral set for Harry Potter and Historic Docks, Stratford-upon-Avon(35min) - Shakespeare birthplace plus theatre, Warwick(45min) Castle plus museums, Tewkesbury(25min) - Abbey, River Avon / Severn & battlefield site. Woodstock(45min) - Blenheim Place. Worcester(50min) Cathedral and Royal Worcester Porcelain Visitors centre.
Apart from the other beautiful Cotswold villages in the area there are several National Trust properties (Snowshill Manor, Hidcote Manor Gardens, Coughton Court, Hanbury Court, Dover’s Hill (home of the Cotswold Olympiks(sic)). English Heritage's Hales Abbey and other privately owned gardens open to the public. There are several golf courses in the area, horse riding and fishing locally plus the GWR Heritage Steam Railway 5 miles away at Toddington.
For those who wish to travel further afield then there is a main rail line with Stations at Evesham (15min) and Morton in Marsh (20min) to Worcester, Oxford and London Paddington (approx 45min).
Broadway and the surrounding Villages have an abundance of fine restaurants for lunch and dinner and an array of cafes for those snacks and cream teas during the day.