Broadway is often referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’ because of its sheer beauty. The ‘broad-way’ runs from the foot of the western Cotswolds escarpment with a wide grass fringed street lined with limestone buildings dating from the 16th century.

Broadway was a busy staging post for coaches travelling the route between Worcester and London, at one time having as many as thirty-three coaching inns.

Today Broadway is known for its many fine art galleries. For the energetic there is the steep climb up Fish Hill to Broadway Tower with the reward of splendid views over several counties.

  • The Centre for exclusive Cotswolds shopping
  • Art Galleries, Antiques, Restaurants
  • Broadway Tower and Country Park
  • Evesham Abbey and Almonry Museum