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|Broadway Museum & Art Gallery||
In the heart of the Cotswolds the Broadway Museum (in partnership with the Ashmolean Oxford) combines an important historic house with displays of fine furniture; ceramics and paintings. Works include paintings by Gainsborough, Reynolds; a Samuel Barrow long case clock dating to 1700; and groups of Worcester & Staffordshire porcelain. The top floor of the building is devoted to temporary exhibitions drawn from the Ashmolean's collections.
Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm
Entrance Fee: Adults £5.00 (16+); Children 5-15yrs £2.00; Family £10.00; Under 5's Free
(correct as at 6/2017)
|Broadway Tower Museum||
Tower opening 10.30am-5.00pm daily (April-October); 11.00am -3.00pm Saturday and Sunday (ckeck their website before visiting).
Gift shop and refreshments at Morris & Brown, coffee, teas, lunches etc.
|Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway||
A volunteer-run heritage railway operating between Cheltenham Racecourse Station and Laverton, with stations at Winchcombe and Toddington in Gloucestershire. It is currently extending the line northwards and restoring Broadway station. The railway operates steam and heritage diesel services and holds a number of special events throughout the year. For more details see the website of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway Plc (GWSR).
(Correct as at 1/2014)
|Gordon Russell Design Museum||
Located in the original workshop, the Museum celebrates the life and work of Gordon Russell and his Company over a period of sixty years. Its unique collection of furniture embraces a range of stles from the Arts & Crafts to 30s streamline Modernism, Utility Furniture, to 1980s luxury post modernism.
11am - 4pm Tuesday to Sunday (Nov - February) CLOSED JANUARY
11am - 5pm Tuesday to Sunday (March - October)
Also open Bank Holiday Mondays
((correct at 4/2016)
|Gordon Russell Trust, The||
Gordon Russell Museum, Russell Square, High Street, Broadway, WR12 7AP Opening 1 Jan 2008; dedicated to the life and work of Gordon Russell and that of his company in the field of furniture and product design in the workshops based in Broadway
|Tourist Information Centre||
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sundays - 11am - 3 pm
Whilst every effort is made to maintain the above hours they are subject to the availability of volunteer staff and may, on rare occasions, change or vary without prior notice and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.
The TIC can be contacted on tel: 01386 852937 or visit their website.